One's clutter is another's lesson 
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 One's clutter is another's lesson


> > It would be even better if contributors would submit only
> > code and fragments which were in fact tested, and succeeded.
> There are people out there who should send in their code and
> fragments even if it has not suceeded so they can get help to
> succeed.

One of the things I've NEVER said about comp.lang.apl is that it
had TOO MANY MESSAGES.  Sure, the usual suspects for the most
part are contributing, but this is not unique to this group.

Learning APL/J is a worthwhile experience, and nobody is well served
by discouraging it, especially those who seek to promote it as a
learning tool.

|\/| Randy A MacDonald       |"You just ASK them?"

     BSc(Math) UNBF '83      | APL: If you can say it, it's done.

                             | Also http://www.*-*-*.com/
------------------------------------------------<-NTP>----{ gnat }-

Tue, 22 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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