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Re: Extreme Programming Pocket Guide

by InfiniteSilence (Curate)
on Oct 10, 2003 at 18:22 UTC ( #298364=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Extreme Programming Pocket Guide

Alright, I have a few issues with this review. I expected to read something along the lines of:

Here is a link to the book from the publisher so that you can see what it contains for yourself: Extreme Programming Pocket Book ...

Here is what was said in Chapter N and what I think is ....

If you are going to write a book review then by all means review the book. What did you agree with? What did you not agree with? The single paragraph synopsis at the end was useless because you lost me as a reader back in paragraphs two.

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[LanX]: It seems that PHP's official docs use "closure" and "anonymous function" interchangeably, even though their closures don't capture surrounding state without using the 'use' language construct.
LanX explains much cargo bla ...
[Eily]: what? I thought PHP was known for its reliable and consistent behaviour and documentation!
[LanX]: ... and a lot of pseudo Perl experts
[Eily]: though honestly, I'm sure I have seen people use closure to mean anonysub for perl as well
[stonecolddevin]: good morning friends
[LanX]: yes, mainly pseudo Perl experts
[Eily]: good morning stonecolddevin
LanX has to go/
[Eily]: bye LanX

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