Larry Wall & Cults
Joe.Smith at inwap.com
Sun Aug 29 13:05:32 CEST 2004
jmfbahciv at aol.com wrote:
>>AND HOW MANY SPACES PER TAB STOP?
> Eight. Now talk about indenting skip returns...that one
> required blood transfusions. [emoticon looks at list of n.g.]
> I guess not many will understand.
The style I used for PDP-10 macro assembly language was
*) Indent two spaces for error return from subroutine or UUO (or jsys)
*) Indent one space for instructions that skip or may skip.
The other point of contention was what to put between the opcode and
its arguments; space vs tab. I had some TECO macros that would
undo the damage after pristine code had been munged by someone
not conforming to style. :-)
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