Originally Posted by Frankie
Yeah, right. That is about the same as putting forward the database of a DNA lab and saying that there are at least 100 suspects in there, and that I should go look for myself. If you cannot at least point out 5 examples of the 100, or if you are not willing to put that time in it, your criticism remains cheap slander.
Fifteen examples that are really obvious just with the intro section:
using calls that are for debugging use only in the second example
again using debugging calls in the example - also the way the functions are defined is not the best way (but the way they use does work most of the time)
not differentiating between the comparison operators that always work anf those that cause a lot of the problems beginners have
- another example the same as 1 above
- yet an other example the same as 1.
for the part that got left out
- another example the same as 2.
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