Double underscores -- ugly?

cokofreedom at gmail.com cokofreedom at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 09:41:57 CET 2008


On Feb 21, 3:31 am, castiro... at gmail.com wrote:
> On Feb 19, 8:20 pm, Steve Holden <st... at holdenweb.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > castiro... at gmail.com wrote:
> > > On Feb 19, 10:26 am, Wildemar Wildenburger
> > > <lasses_w... at klapptsowieso.net> wrote:
> > >> Jason wrote:
> > >>> Hmm.  I must be the only person who doesn't think the double
> > >>> underscores are ugly.
> > >> Nope. I like them too. :)
>
> > >> Frankly, I think it's just a matter of adaption. I too found it rather
> > >> "ugly" in the beginning, but with anything, I've gotten used to it. (And
> > >> I wholeheartedly support your "looks like underlined / is unintrusive
> > >> like whitespace" argument.)
>
> > >> /W
>
> > > My editor actually renders them as miniature chess pieces.  The
> > > bartender said she runs a pre-execution step, that searches and
> > > replaces a double-colon with the underscores.
>
> > If you're taking programming advice from a bartender your postings
> > suddenly start to make sense (though not, unfortunately, as comments
> > about programming). Do you think perhaps yo might be trying just a
> > little too hard?
>
> > regards
> >   Steve
> > --
> > Steve Holden        +1 571 484 6266   +1 800 494 3119
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> It's definitely possible.  I've been hacking the code for some time,
> and so far, the furthest I've gotten is:
>
> >>> bartender.think()
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
> AttributeError: 'Bartender' object has no attribute 'think'
>
>
>
> Any ideas?

You need to pass it a parameter for .drink() which in turn calls
the .pay() function, before it can .think()



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