Suggested coding style
rantingrick at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 22:11:08 EDT 2011
On Sep 28, 6:26 pm, Tim Johnson <t... at akwebsoft.com> wrote:
> * DevPlayer <devpla... at gmail.com> [110928 04:31]:
> > On Sep 27, 10:25 pm, alex23 <wuwe... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > rantingrick <rantingr... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Since, like the bible
> > > > the zen is self contradicting, any argument utilizing the zen can be
> > > > defeated utilizing the zen.
> > > And like the Bible, the Zen was created by humans as a joke. If you're
> > > taking it too seriously, that's your problem.
> > > > If however you want to learn about the accepted rules for formatting
> > > > code then you need to read "PEP-8"! PEP 8 is our style guide.
> > Contradiction is only seen by narrow perspectve.
> > Calling the Bible a joke is used to hurt people, not enlighten them.
> > Those words show bitter arrogance, not constructive critism as it
> > ignores how others feel about that book. What benefit to others is
> > gained by calling someones belief a joke?
> My wife and I are devout christians, but not fundamentalist. We
> would not take rantingrick too seriously. If _you_ take him
> seriously, you're just giving him 'street cred'.
DevPlayer was not even talking about what i said, he was replying to a
statement by Alex23 who said (and i quote) "And like the Bible, the
Zen was created by humans as a joke". Maybe you should spend the next
fifteen or so minutes catching up to the conversation...(ಠ_ಠ)...of
course only *after* you clean that egg from your face.
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