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Re^3: Documentation: POD vs Comments

by Anonymous Monk
on Jul 22, 2011 at 13:58 UTC ( #916141=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Documentation: POD vs Comments
in thread Documentation: POD vs Comments

Your "good" & "bad" situations are reverse for me. Please offer that as your personal preference but not as some kind of truth.

Why? It is the truth according to DrHyde -- what theory of truth are you operating under?


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Re^4: Documentation: POD vs Comments
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 22, 2011 at 14:04 UTC
    The quoted sentence was written without any qualifiers or disclaimers (as if everybody prefers that sentiment).

      The quoted sentence was written without any qualifiers or disclaimers (as if everybody prefers that sentiment).

      So, why does it need prefacing? Is it not obvious DrHyde is speaking?

      And I disagree, it wasn't written as if everybody prefers that sentiment

      Besides, the statement is obvious true, just like :
      Keeping related things nearby is Good, separating related things is Bad
      Keeping pennies in a jar is Good, separating pennies in toilets is Bad
      Keeping condoms in refrigerator is Good, separating condoms in bathroom is Bad.
        Keeping related things nearby is Good, separating related things is Bad
        So, inlining is Good, factoring out to a module is Bad? It's that kind of obvious you mean, isn't it?

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