Mark Volkmann a ˝─rit :
> On 2/3/06, Thomas Kirchner <lists / halffull.org> wrote:
> 
>>* On Feb  3 13:07, MenTaLguY (ruby-talk / ruby-lang.org) wrote:
>>
>>>For what it's worth, I also strongly dislike it.  It was one of my
>>>least favorite features of OCaml's syntax.
>>>
>>>But here, the biggest problem is that (relative to other block endings
>>>in pretty much any language I can think of), it's much harder to
>>>visually count ;;s if they are squashed together as in your example.
>>>
>>>I think this is largely because there aren't any visual cues to the
>>>boundary between tokens.  The gap between two ;s within the same ;; and
>>>the gap between two ;s in adjacent ;; aren't visually distinguishable.
>>
>>I was going to write my own post, but it seems MenTaLguY did it for me!
>>
>>I am in total agreement; semicolons are an ugly way to end sections.
>>Curly braces I have a much easier time with.
> 
> 
> I'm not a fan of the curly braces, but if we do end up using them, I
> hope we don't allow this.
> 
> def some_method(args)
>   # some code
> }
> 
> If we're going to use them, I think they need to be matched, so a {
> should appear at the end of the method argument list.

def some_method = ->(args) {
	# some code
}

:-p

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