"Jim Freeze" <jimfreeze / gmail.com> wrote in message
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> On Feb 1, 2006, at 3:38 PM, Rubyist wrote:
>
> >>> I have looked at some of my and other people's Ruby code and
> >>> often been tempted to select those last 5
> >>> 'ends' and hit the delete button. : )
> >
> > Thank God! I am not alone on the earth!  ;-D
> > Man, you've made me so laughed! Hahaha!
> >
>
> I think we can learn a lot from programming languages and Python.
> First off, we should be writing in a fixed space font so we
> can take visual cues from spacing more easily.
> Next, why do we need periods at the end of a sentence
> when we know that two spaces after a word mean
> that the previous sentence just ended  Doesn't
> that make sense  And do we really need caps at
> the beginning of a sentence  we know all sentences
> are capitalized and we have just defined that
> two spaces before a word means that it is at the
> beginning of a sentence  next we should look at
> spelling  double consonants don't realy add to
> the meaning  so begining now we spel words by
> droping repeated consonants  just look at al
> these great benefits we can learn from python
> self.we self.just self.need self.to self.learn
> self.to self.ignore self.certain self.aspects
> self.that self.may self.cary self.over
>
> --
> Jim Freeze
>
>


Classic!

; )