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Functions that bring money, even after you are fired...
This is already baked. For instance, some APIs
has functions that aren't free to execute. However, if a
programmer is coding a function for someone, which gives
profit, such as in case of transactions or sales, he or she
could make it official in the terms of employment.
This could be interesting
for people working in small
companies, the shares of which aren't straightforward to
||Exceedingly granular royalties.
||I paid for my first mansion with a method that
forked a call to itself.
||This might be a bit like a formal and legalised version of that fractional penny thing from Superman III.