I agree with holli that your post should have identified yourself, as it had no content except a gratuitous sneer. holli is a *very* helpful monk, and I thought her response was as gentle or gentler than my own. I think she's absolutely right that the OP was lazy in the way that he/she wrote the post, and I think it is perfectly legitimate to request some measure of readability from posts on a forum devoted to programming in a very syntactically complex language.
I deal with non-US programmers in all kinds of contexts, and it is a point of respect for my non-English-primary friends to make their messages as correct as they can. This post did not show that effort, so we both requested it.
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