Indentation of If-Then-Else

Henning Thielemann haskell at
Sun Oct 22 10:21:14 EDT 2006

On Sun, 22 Oct 2006, Neil Mitchell wrote:

> It seems better to change the language so it works like _everyone_
> expects it does, rather than become syntax dictators. It's hard enough
> persuading people to move from C, but when you tell someone that their
> perfectly unambiguous sytnax is "wrong", they aren't going to be
> amused.

I don't know why it is so important to convince every C programmers of
Haskell. Making a language fit to everyone's taste eventually led to what
is today known as Perl.

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