>RE:    RE: An odd thing
>
>>Booth,
>>I don't disagree at all, however a well written program would say:
>>   c    *inkc   doweq *on
>>   c    25 lines of code
>>   c    *inkl   ifeq  *on
>>   c            exsr inklon
>>   c            endIF
>>   c            endDO
>
>>Now this I don't mind reading. And you can always compile the program with
>>indentation to see the loop levels.
>>This opinion and 4.50 will get you a cup of coffee near me (downtown NYC)
>>:-)
>>-Walden
>
>
>
>OK Smart guys;
>
>Quick,   which function keys are KE, KL, KH, KN,KR, ETC.
>uh uh uh,   No using your fingers or toes to count!!!
>
>I've been in shops where you would be skinned alive and then sent to the
>salt mines to work for using KC,KL,KG, etc. (of course KY should only be
>used by consenting adults)
>
>BTW, I personally agree with that punishment.  But it's your choice


We used to have a semi-standard that all CF-CA-F keys would use the
indicator that matched their number:  CF-03 used IN03, CF-12 used IN12,
etc.  Theory was that it would make it easier to figure what command key
the indicator referred to.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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