Boolean tests [was Re: Attack a sacred Python Cow]
Russ.Paielli at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 05:24:38 CEST 2008
On Jul 30, 8:03 pm, Erik Max Francis <m... at alcyone.com> wrote:
> Russ P. wrote:
> > The reason I wrote that "it would be nice to be able to write"
> > if x is not empty:
> > is that it reads naturally. It was not an actual proposal, and the
> > fact that you took it as such was *your* mistake.
> > Now read carefully: I DID NOT CLAIM THAT THIS IS THE WAY TO DO IT! Let
> > me repeat that for you: I DID NOT CLAIM THAT THIS IS THE WAY TO DO IT!
> > Did you get that, idiot?
> So people who can read words but not minds are idiots. Go get 'em, tiger!
I don't know if you can read minds, but you seem to have a lot of
trouble reading words.
Can you read "it would be nice to be able to write ..."? Can you
understand what it means? Can you understand that it does *not* mean,
"one *should* be able to write ..."?
The really significant question here is why I waste my valuable time
with pedants like you.
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