gerrit at nl.linux.org
Tue Sep 27 20:25:01 CEST 2005
Paul McNett wrote:
> > Whatever is preferred, what's the upside/downsides of the two beyond
> > what I just explained?
> Nothing really, but something handy to keep in mind is that the string
> literal ("""x""") can be used to block out huge sections of code during
> testing, where you'd have to put a # in front of every line otherwise.
Except, of course, code that contains string literals with triple
quotes. And with a good editor, it's not too difficult to insert a # in
front of hundreds of lines (:%s/^/#/g).
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