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> Exhibit A.
> ----------
> Ruby as it exists presently.

Nice, clean, reads like english.  Flexible indentation, but language
constructs keep it fairly obvious how to indent.

>=20
> Exhibit B.
> ----------
> Ruby as it exists in an alternative universe where it supplanted perl.

Oy vey, that is the single ugliest variation of the bracketed coding
style I've seen -- so little code in a screenful that you need a huge
screen and tiny font to read a program in the abstract.

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