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Pascal is a cool language. Exspecially if you use Borland Pascal 7.0 under DOS. Why? Because of the cool editor and it''s BEGIN END blocks. That''s what they should include in the C language, BEGIN END. Looks much better than that { }.

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I know but I can''t do that! What should the rest of our programming team thinks when I do that? They will start asking where the hell are those BEGIN END''s for???

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quote:
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Because of the cool editor and it''s BEGIN END blocks. That''s what they should include in the C language, BEGIN END. Looks much better than that { }.



I disagree too.

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quote:
Original post by Sand_Hawk
Pascal is a cool language. Exspecially if you use Borland Pascal 7.0 under DOS. Why? Because of the cool editor and it's BEGIN END blocks. That's what they should include in the C language, BEGIN END. Looks much better than that { }.

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Here's a little something for you, although it's really stupid but if you feel the need to have BEGIN & END instead of { and }:

#define BEGIN {
#define END }

then if you do:

if ( !a )
BEGIN
printf( "Salut" );
END



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Edited by - cyberdrek on December 14, 2001 9:05:40 AM

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