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that's actually addressed (vaguely) in apocalypse 2, but if you think about it, it is unlikely to matter, as long as you are consistent. meaning, if you indent your text "\t\t    " and your HERE "\t\t    " then they are the same no matter what tabstop is.

if you care about perl6, the apocalypses are worth reading.

In reply to Re: (tye)Re: My day with Damian Conway by Vynce
in thread My day with Damian Conway by petdance

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