"Usability, the Soul of Python"
nagle at animats.com
Wed Mar 31 20:05:58 CEST 2010
Alf P. Steinbach wrote:
> * Jean-Michel Pichavant:
>> John Nagle wrote:
>>> Jonathan Hayward wrote:
>>>> I've posted "Usability, the Soul of Python: An Introduction to the
>>>> Python Programming Language Through the Eyes of Usability", at:
>>> No, it's just a rather verbose introduction to Python, in dark brown
>>> type on a light brown background. One could write a good paper on this
>>> topic, but this isn't it.
>>> John Nagle
>> Why is it bad ?
> From a usability standpoint, the braces go with the lines to print out
> the stanza rather than the for statement or the code after, so the
> following is best:
The last time I ran a C++ project, I just had everyone run their
code through Artistic Style ("http://astyle.sourceforge.net") with
"--style=ansi". No more inconsistencies.
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