paulp at ActiveState.com
Wed Aug 1 01:18:44 CEST 2001
Gustavo Niemeyer wrote:
> > It sounds weird from an English perspective to me. "If Guido in
> > programmer and Guido in author then". "isa" or even just "a" makes more
> > sense. or how about "in class" "If Guido in class programmer and Guido
> > in class author then".
> What about "If programmer in Guido" ("type in x" instead of "x in type")?
I think that the little future programmer is in Guido's *wife*. Medical
science has not yet advanced to the point where they can share that
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