Want pizza but too busy to pick up the phone? Are you put off your food by the eye-watering designs of the average e-pizza web site? Fear not, the open source community has an answer to absolutely every problem, even problems that aren't even real problems. In this case the solution is Pizza Party, a free text-based software utility for ordering pizza online. Yes, text-based. Being a command-line program means that Pizza Party: "can order pizza with only a few keystrokes; uses batch files for ordering many pizzas; supports unattended/background operation; runs on most Unix-like operating systems; and supports most currently popular toppings like mushrooms and pepperoni!" Sneak cautions against using early versions, which may not include adequate bounds-checking. It would not be wise to accidentally leave something resting on the keyboard, say, and 30 minutes later find 300,000 pizza delivery guys waiting for payment in reception..
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