OK. Again, this thread appears dead to the OP, since it has been delving into subjectiveness for quite a while now.
Jan Kanis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:It's also dependent on how different line lengths affect ease of rapid
> There is, of course, a correct solution to this line length problem.
> The ideal maximum line length is dependent on how much horizontal
> space you've got
comprehension. As mentioned many times in this thread.
No, since that fails to account for the dependency I mention above.
> so the code should be automatically wrapped to your window size.
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