Yet Another Case Question

Steve Holden sholden at holdenweb.com
Mon Feb 24 18:39:14 CET 2003


"Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote ...
> Steve Holden wrote:
> >
> > As ever, your rationality and good humour put me to shame. Perhaps I
*did*
> > get out of bed the wrong side. That certainlty indactes a need for
greater
> > tolerance on my part.
>
> LOL! :)
>
> > still-looking-for-the-"it"-substitution-ly y'rs  - steve
>
> <grin>  In the first line below:
>
> """Well, the only POSITIVE benefit I can think of it that it's easiest
>    to tell learners that a variable name must always be written in
>    EXACTLY the same way. This does lend certainlty to the learning
process.
> """
>
> It's like one of those "it it" things split across two lines, which are
> so darned hard to find.
>
Especially when I was looking in the bits you quoted in your last mail.

if-you-want-to-find-typos-just-read-me-for-a-paragraph-ly y'rs  - steve
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