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"The tab character is not a meta-character. It belongs in the group of 'control' characters"

This is why I responded, and we jointly agree it is either an equivocation, or fallacious.

BTW GrandFather, I must say, I find you to be the least useful monk in the monastery, and the most discouraging towards involvement. You never seem to appeal to logic, or take things into context. If a control-character CAN BE a meta character, per your own statement than the post I was replying to is wrong, or at the very least doesn't say enough to make a valid point. I additionally NEVER said in my post that a tab wasn't a control character, only that it IS a meta character. So in this you bend what should be an overt straightforward post, and interpret it to better fit your own needs.
And by better fitting your own needs, I mean interjecting inane blather that almost appears to be witty; all for what, some lame attempt towards acceptance? Please stop responding to my posts, your utter lack of a worthy contribution is irritating.



Evan Carroll
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In reply to Re^4: Tabs vs Spaces lets give this a go by EvanCarroll
in thread Tabs vs Spaces lets give this a go by EvanCarroll

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