[Haskell-cafe] Re: Endianess
Albert Y. C. Lai
trebla at vex.net
Wed May 14 23:01:03 EDT 2008
Claus Reinke wrote:
> Germans have no problems with sentences which though started at
> the beginning when observed closely and in the light of day (none of
> which adds anything to the content of the sentence in which the very
> parenthetical remark you -dear reader- are reading at this very moment
> while wondering whether the writer -dear me- is ever going to reach
> his point -if, in fact, there is a point (of which one cannot always be
> entirely sure until one has stored and processed the whole construct
> from beginning to end and thought it over carefully at least once more
> because who knows, sense appears here and there, now and then,
> to this one and that one, and how are you, Mr. Wilson?
Unmatched open parentheses.
> you mean as in returning from a different context than the one
> we decended into? we'd never do such a thing, honestly!-)
> then again, Jane Austen was happy enough writing about her
> characters not being "one and twenty", so perhaps that is just a
> lost art?-)
Oh, I see the matching closing parentheses now. Perfect... 72MB freed by
GC in 2.3ms.
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