Re: Vector (was Re: Change character in string)

Lew <>
Sun, 15 Mar 2009 23:41:53 -0400
Little Green Man wrote:

On Mar 15, 7:31 pm, Lew <> wrote:

Little Green Man wrote:

On Mar 15, 4:18 pm, Little Green Man <> wrote:

  *body* of the synchronized block yet, releasing and reacquiring
  doesn't violate thread-safety.

Actually, no, I did not. That is incorrect.

You did not what, violate thread safety?

No, I did not write the above -- not with the line breaks shown,

What does it matter anyhow? The line wrap in no way impedes the sense of your

No, it only makes it look less polished, but that's still not very

The longest lines that seem to be intact are 70 characters. The long-
established standard is to wrap at no more than 80 characters, with a
preference for 72 characters to allow for some levels of eventual
quoting. Not 70, 72.

If lines shorter than 73 characters are going to be adulterated there
must be a preview function. If there is no preview function lines
shorter than 73 characters must be left alone. It is that simple.



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