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On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 02:39:15PM +0200, Mike Pall wrote:
> This reminds me: If you design a computer language to be
> foolproof, only fools would use it.

Of course; as I said, practical languages can't make it impossible to
write bad code.  But there's a ratio of the benefit of a feature to
how likely it is to lead to things like terrible code and high per-
program learning curves.  I think this feature has a worse ratio
than most by a large margin.

Glenn Maynard