Python and Ruby
rantingrick at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 12:01:51 CET 2010
On Jan 30, 10:43 am, Nobody <nob... at nowhere.com> wrote:
> That's also true for most functional languages, e.g. Haskell and ML, as
> well as e.g. Tcl and most shells. Why require "f(x)" or "(f x)" if "f x"
> will suffice?
yuck! wrapping the arg list with parenthesis (python way) makes the
most sense. Its to easy to misread somthing like this
onetwothree four five six
onetwothree(four, five, six) #ahhh... plain english.
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