python adds an extra half space when reading from a string or list

Antoon Pardon antoon.pardon at rece.vub.ac.be
Mon Jul 1 14:28:02 CEST 2013


Op 01-07-13 11:37, Νίκος schreef:
> Στις 1/7/2013 12:32 μμ, ο/η Antoon Pardon έγραψε:
>>
>> The above is a first class illustration of why I think you are
>> problematic. We don't want you to explain yourself, we want
>> you to change your behaviour. Someone behaving like a jerk
>> explaining himself is still behaving like a jerk and the
>> explanation is just a method for avoiding changing the
>> behaviour.
>
> Change what dickhead? What behavior?
> The behavior which you think its problematic?

You are goin to play the ignorance card now? You are
going to pretend it is just me and ignore all those
others who made remarks about particular behaviour
of you being annoying and unacceptable. I gave
a specific answer, you bumping threads are only a few
hours. You could have acknowledge that indeed you
have been doing that and that you understand that
it is annoying to others and you could have made it
clear you intended to be more patient in the future.
That could have been the beginning of you gaining
again some good will from members of the group.

Instead you chose to be a jerk about it. Pretending
that the multiple remarks you have received about
this behaviour didn't happen.

> Maybe you should change your perception of understanding things.

Why should I. From the people with whom I discussed your
behaviour, a lot disputed you were a troll, but none disputed
you were behaving like an asshole. Yes even those who were
willing to further help you agreed that your behaviour was
problematic.

>
> I dont expect anyone to solve my problems, iam happy if they point me
> to a direction which i can solve it myself, that what the list is about.

Sure, you just play the impatient jerk, who bumps threads and
asks the same question again after people have pointed you
in a direction.

>
> Did i told you to fuck off? Well never mind. Fuck off!
>

I think this needs some work. You need more creativity.
Try to think of something more forceful. My little niece
of 10 can do better than that.

-- 
Antoon Pardon



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