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Posting code without indentation? wtf?

On Nov 9, 2007 2:51 PM, 7stud -- <bbxx789_05ss / yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thufir wrote:
> > Is this all that's required to ensure that there's ever only one
> > instance of an ArrayOfCreatures?  Seems too easy!
> >
>
> Implementing a singleton class by hand is easy too, so you aren't
> getting much savings using the Singleton module--you save yourself from
> having to write 4 extra lines of code.
>
> If I have a method with 200 lines of code in it, and I put the method in
> its own module Calculations,  I can perform the complicated calculation
> by writing:
>
> require 'calculations'
> result  y_meth(10, 20, 3.5)
>
> That's pretty easy too, isn't it?
>
> On a side note: when you ask questions, you want to make it as easy as
> possible for people to answer your questions, right?  Posting code
> without indentation is bad form because it makes your code harder to
> read.  Some people won't even bother with your questions if you can't be
> bothered with posting indented code.  In Ruby, the recommended style is
> to use 2 spaces for indenting.  Your code would look look something like
> this:
>
> require 'singleton'
>
> class ArrayOfCreatures < Array
>  include Singleton
>
>  def toString
>    print "\n\n\nArrayOfCreatures\n"
>    print "\n"
>
>    i>    while i < self.length
>      print "\n\n"
>      print i
>      print ":\n"
>      print self[i].toString
>      i1
>    end
>
>  end
> end
>
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