On 3/7/07, Lloyd Zusman <ljz / asfast.com> wrote:
> "Robert Dober" <robert.dober / gmail.com> writes:
>
> > On 3/7/07, Chad Perrin <perrin / apotheon.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> [ ... ]
> >>
> >> Technically speaking, "elseif", "elsif", and "elif" are equally "wrong".
> >> To do it right, you'd have to make it "else if".
> > Chad you remind me of a dispute between fans of Domingo and Pavarotti when
> > a spanish music magazin explained that such discussions are futile and
> > nobody can judge at that level. This explaination took a whole article
> > just in concluding that Carreras was better than both...
> >
> > So why would "else if" be better?
>
> You're all wrong.  The best is indisputably this:
>
>   si ... , entonces
>     ...
>   si no y si ... , entonces
>     ...
>   si no y si ... , entonces
>     ...
>   si no,
>     ...
>   el fin
>
>
> :) <== obligatory irony indicator
>
>
With all due respect Sir, you have forgetten

si puede ser

Cheers
Robert
>
> --
>  Lloyd Zusman
>  ljz / asfast.com
>  God bless you.
>
>
>


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