Exception as the primary error handling mechanism?
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Wed Jan 6 16:34:54 CET 2010
On 2010-01-06, r0g <aioe.org at technicalbloke.com> wrote:
> NO! It's a rude way to start a sentence don't you think?
No. When somebody asks a yes/no question, answering yes or no
seems quite polite to me. Following the yes/no answer with an
explanation of the answer is always nice, and I've little doubt
that's what happened.
> Just because you're correcting someone doesn't mean you have
> to be combative and try and make them feel small.
Answering a yes/no question with "no" doesn't seem to me to be
combative if the correct answer is indeed "no". But I've lost
track of the post you found objectionable...
Grant Edwards grante Yow! And then we could sit
at on the hoods of cars at
visi.com stop lights!
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