jeffp at crusoe.net
Fri Mar 17 19:53:17 CET 2000
On Mar 17, Alex said:
>FWIW, I don't like it, myself. It relies on the fact that the
>comparison returns 0 or 1 for true or false, resp. Because that's
>relatively obscure, and unrelated to what the code is trying to do, it
>meant the intent of the code wasn't immediately obvious.
Why should the return value of a logic test be "obscure" knowledge? Why
"hide" something so basic?
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