On Wed, 18 Oct 2006, Kevin Olemoh wrote:

> Its probably best to have a strict option like in perl and VB.net.  If
> I am understanding what Daniel is saying properly and ruby works in
> such a way that what should be a typo that generates an error is
> accepted by ruby as a legit variable in spite of the fact that the
> programmer really meant to say count it creates a set of situations
> that are very error prone and that is not a good thing.

harp:~ > ruby -W -e' @var=42; p @typo '
-e:1: warning: instance variable @typo not initialized
nil


a: it's hard to follow.












q: why is top posting bad?

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