Wacky Programming Tales
kaz at ashi.FootPrints.net
Mon Aug 16 07:27:51 CEST 1999
On 15 Aug 1999 22:18:59 GMT, Ben Caradoc-Davies <bmcd at es.co.nz> wrote:
>There is nothing wrong with i = i + 1 (especially for us Pythonistas :-), but
>taken together with the loop it suggests an unfamiliarity with the accepted
>idioms of the language.
It does suggest that. But it could also be some religous thing. As in ``I won't
use this evil ++ thing because KRUDBAL didn't have it, and KRUDBAL is the
finest programming language there ever was. So if it's not in KRUDBAL, you
don't need it.''
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