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jschell13-Aug-13 9:01
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Roger Wright wrote:
, but now that the number of people too lazy or ignorant to use their own native
language correctly far exceeds the number of us who care


So exactly when was the reverse true? What year would that have been?
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On which operating systems are you writing code?
Let's see if things have changed since we last ran this. "writing code" meaning editing, building, and running the code on that OS.
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