This notion of non-idiomatic should be clearly defined, to my mind ...
True. Many moons ago I actually read a lot of the site and I
seem to recall that certain tests were required to be
written as close as possible to some predetermined
form. If my mind isn't fibbing, that could easily require
variable initialization, etc.
To continue the tete-a-tete of qouting:
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