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Cabin fever got you feeling a little daffy? Why not try our geek's salute to the memorable characters of Looney Tunes?

1. This starring character's first name is also a term for pesky coding errors.
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2. Thufferin' thuckotash! Sylvester's got a bit of a speech impediment -- the name of which is also an acronym for a programming language designed for easy manipulation of data strings.
What is it?

3. Sam's a rootin', tootin', shootin' toon that goes by the same handle as this still-evolving set of procedures, services, and standards for comprehensively managing the infrastructure of a storage area network.
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4. In his pursuit of Tweety Bird, Sylvester puts up with a lot of pain, much like products being stringently evaluated by this procedure to see how much punishment they can take.
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5. Drop a "D" from his last name and you have an acronym for the list of emotions afflicting this homely hunter when he's off hunting a particularly wascally wabbit.
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6. Meep Meep! To Wile E., that's the sound of lost opportunity, as this character zooms past. The character's name is also a product name for a device that creates audio from text content.
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7. Marvin the Martian's alien intelligence is proof that the scientific effort to discover intelligent life elsewhere in the universe is not in vain. What major grid computing project might be happy to find Marvin?
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8. Porky Pig's acting style can be described by this word for desirable (non-spam) e-mail. What is it?
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9. Word to the wise: This 17th century diarist's last name is NOT pronounced the same way as the first name of Monsieur le Pew, 20th century toon.
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10. Wyle E. Coyote is a connoisseur of fine ACME products. He'll use any number of inventions of a mechanical nature in an unameable class all their own. What is it?
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