Looks like C++ and C# return their tests in alphabetical order.

int a = 1;

There seems to be an error with looking at the top of a stack, but it doesn't throw. It just kills execution. What's going on here?

#include <stack>

bool method() 
  std::stack<int> my_stack;
  try {
  catch(...) {
    std::cout << "An Exception Occurred" << std::endl;
  return true;
  if arr.filter( (n)-> !(n%1==0) ).length
    return '0'
  sum => if typeof x =="number" then x else 0).reduce((x,y)->(x+y))
  return sum.toString(2);