On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 2:14 PM, Rob Biedenharn
<Rob / agileconsultingllc.com> wrote:
>  The point is applicable to *everyone*:
>
>    "Don't present code that you haven't actually
>     run unless you *say* that you haven't run it."
>
>  You'll just end up confusing the OP or other readers that may benefit
>  from
>  the code.  If you're trying to illustrate a point or an approach, say so
>  or make it quite clear that your code is incomplete or intended as
>  pseudo-code (particularly if it appears to be valid syntax).
>
>  -Rob

I frequently write bad code when I use a system where I cannot cut and
paste.  All code on a forum, IMHO, should be taken with a grain of
salt.  I don't think posted code needs to be perfect.

2c,
Todd