Case-sensitivity: why -- or why not? (was Re: Damnation!)
Juergen A. Erhard
jae at ilk.de
Mon May 22 04:10:43 CEST 2000
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>>>>> "Neil" == Neil Hodgson <neilh at scintilla.org> writes:
Neil> Some people have been using a=A(). Even me. But is this
Neil> something that you really feel should be encouraged? Or is
Neil> it a source of ambiguity and potential misunderstanding.
There's an important difference between encouraging and allowing (not
encouraging and forbidding).
PS: a=A() is mostly used for singleton objects I'd say...
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