Tabs are *MISUNDERSTOOD*, *EVIL* AND *STUPID*, end of discussion. (Re: Tabs versus Spaces in Source Code)

Andy Sy andy at
Wed May 17 16:43:22 CEST 2006

Peter Decker wrote:

> On 5/17/06, Andy Sy <andy at> wrote:
>> Peter Decker wrote:
>>> On 5/17/06, Andy Sy <andy at> wrote:
>>>> If tabs are easily misunderstood, then they are a MISfeature
>>>> and they need to be removed.
>>> I don't seem to understand your point in acting as a dictator.
>>> Therefore, you are a MISfeature and need to be removed.
>> Is the above an example of how a tab-user exercises 'logic'...?
> Uh, I should know better than to try to educate, but FYI: using the
> same argument construction and having it reach an invalid conclusion
> suffices to show that the original construction is invalid, and thus
> the original conclusion is suspect.

I guess this *REALLY* is how a misguided tab user exercises his 'logic':
Syntax replication (e.g. so-called 'argument construction') is enough,
semantics don't matter.


It's called DOM+XHR and it's *NOT* a detergent!

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