A woman laying on her left side ... 3 = b00bs, < = ... well, you know
I was hanging with my <3 last night, we had a good time.
von Patrick 17. Februar 2005
It means you do not love something/someone. A computer programmer's joke.
I !<3 you.

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I'll also program a breakup into code. (GML. It is similar to C++)...

var girl
var guy
var truelove

//Yes this had to do with my life :'(
//0 means doesn't love
//1 means is in love

//how it started out:
guy=1
girl=1

//how it ended out:
girl=0

//notice how guy is still 1 ... :(

//and this is always checking for any changes::

if (girl=1 and guy=1) then truelove=1;
else if (girl!=1 or guy!=1) then truelove=0;

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Also, this is taken from Veggie's definition for !...

In the programming world, this means NOT. It is mostly used in boolean expressions, mostly found in if statements, to express the non-equality of something.

It can be used with an '=' sign like this: 3 != 4, meaning 3 does not equal 4. This is a true expression, and so the expression would return TRUE. However, if I put: ((6-3) != (5-2)) I'm basically saying 6-3 is not equal to 5-2, or 3 does not equal 3. But 3 DOES equal 3. So this expression would return false.

NOTE: != is pronounced as "Does Not Equal"
von Keael 30. Oktober 2007
less than 3. or 1, 2, 0, and all negative numbers.
"Name a number <3."
"-26492746482644."
"Correct!"
von SEBroadie 26. August 2006
It means several things. For instance in FPS <3 can mean thank you, or it can even be a way to taunt other players that you may have shot. It doesn't necessarily mean love.
(after you shot someone) : <3

Their response: I'll get you back!

(They shoot you back): <3

Or say someone almost shot you but a teammate shoots them first: <3 (teammates name)
They respond:<3
von Bossy_Blonde 29. März 2015
1. a sideways heart
2. the less than symbol next to the number three
Donna : i <3 u
Eric : i <3 u 2
von CAPTAIN LOOPYHEAD 23. Januar 2011
Commonly used within internet chats, the generic "<3" is emphasised with an apostrophe.
I <3' you.
von CookieDemons 9. März 2010
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