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Re: [Adam] Thursday, February 15, 2018

AdamByrd wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:59 pm
A pointer to what? Oh, a struct you say? So package up all the necessary data for a given type of operation, say, pathfinding and they write functions that operate on one or more data chunks? Hey look, you invented components!
And hey look, you can do it without an esoteric language!

Re: [Adam] Thursday, February 15, 2018

DoctorGester wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:31 pm
Again, we are talking about a language which is targeted specifically towards experienced people who tend to write better code and make less mistakes so I'm kinda missing the point you guys are trying to prove there.
*make fewer mistakes

You must be a bad programmer.

Re: Images!

GitLab shows tabs as 8 spaces and has no settings for it. [...] And GitExtensions (which we don't have to use but kinda have to because it's way easier) shows them as 4, which generally doesn't look like it's supposed to if the default coding practice is 2 space indentations. Then these are what ne...

Re: Images!

Because most things don't display tabs as a set amount of spaces, or the amount of spaces you want it to. I don't know a single text editor/IDE that doesn't display tabs as a set amount of spaces, especially not when they're at the start of a line. I can only think of one that doesn't let you set t...

Re: Images!

...how does that happen when you use spaces? With spaces, the amount of indenting is fixed and cannot change from person to person. If one person prefers: void thing() { if (thing) thing(); } and one person prefers: void thing() { if (thing) thing(); } they can't both have their way with spaces. Th...

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