Re: C++ Primer ex 6.20
On Aug 8, 2:36 am, "Jim Langston" <tazmas...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
"James Kanze" <james.ka...@gmail.com> wrote in message
It is strange, but in the message I posted, there was NOT an
extra space before the closing bracket. But you quote me with
the space. I don't know if it was your reader or not, but I
look at my post and the extra space is not there.
if ( condition )
should be 4 lines. The if, left bracket, statements, right
bracket. If you see an extra line before the end bracket
Google again? That would explain why I see it a lot now (that
I'm using Google as a news reader), and never saw it before
(when I used Gnus, or for a very short time, Thunderbird).
I generally delete it when quoting a posting; I made an
exception this time, since it was the point of my posting.
A quick check with Google showed that my code shows up without
this extra blank line. However, I always indent the code in the
message (to set it off from the rest of the message), so the }
is never in the first column. Maybe that's what it takes to
trigger the Google thing (or whatever it is that's causing it).
Anyway, if it wasn't there to start with, then obviously, it's
not some new convention that's suddenly taking everything by
storm, so there's no problem. I'll just ignore it when I see
it, and continue to delete it when replying.
(I do wish Google would get Google news working correctly,
though. As it is, it crashes Firefox several times a week,
although I've never had Firefox crash on any other page. I
installed a debug version of Firefox, and caught their pages,
and there were so many violations of the HTML standard that I
didn't know where to start.)
James Kanze (GABI Software) email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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