On 9 February 2013 18:25, Enrico Colombini <email@example.com> wrote:
I even find them useful in consolidating the context switching when looking at a piece of code.
This. This right here. I *like* having my different languages look difference so I *don't* get them confused. When I see code, the unique constructs in the language are what help me remember what I'm doing.
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