Right on! People should critique
and not critisize
what someone else writes. The person should attempt to correct the person rather than make them feel bad for making a mistake. After all, isn't that what we learn from?
However, if a person attempts to correct someone and suggest improvements to let's say code, then the person receiving the critique should learn to not take it as an insult but rather thank the person for taking the time to help make their code better.
-- zdog (Zenon Zabinski)
Go Bells!! '¿'
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