# What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 02

We tell you what’s popular in the world of maths, so you can get ahead of the curve!

### Python

from jokes import jokes_about_python
print(jokes_about_python)

### Fortran

We don’t use punch cards any more. Why are you still using a language designed for them?!

This is Fortran. We’re not kidding. (Source)

### Isaac Newton

Over 300 years before it was cool, Newton invented the diss track and completely destroyed Leibniz.

### Gottfried Leibniz

His haircut is so last issue and he doesn’t even have an Instagram account.

Not cool.

Yum!

Yuck!

### 36.7 °C

The UK’s hottest ever July temperature.

### 36.7 °F

Not the UK’s hottest ever July temperature.

Let’s go for a walk on the beach

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