Silly newbie question - Carrot character (^)

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Sun Nov 7 03:26:01 CET 2010

On 2010-11-07, Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic at> wrote:
> It's not a matter of quality, but of intended audience.  To most
> ordinary programmers the standards documents such as the C standard, the
> C++ standard, or the Python reference are quite dense and hard to use as
> a reference, and yet they are considered quite well done.

Huh.  I quite liked the C spec as a reference.  Yeah, it's a bit dense,
but that just means it's all actually *reference*.  :)

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