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trønderen8-Feb-24 6:21
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Richard MacCutchan wrote:
The problem is not due to Dave's comments, but rather the developers' failure (or is that refusal) to make use of official documentation.
Or, the problem is that when some experienced programmer states "The limit IS 260 characters!" (and that is just a fact), the inexperienced programmer sees no need to go to the official documentation to learn that the experienced programmer had given him incorrect information 'just to be on the safe side'.

I willingly admit that when a mate tells me how to do something, or how I can not do it (e.g. using longer paths), I frequently take that as a valid piece of information. I do not always verify against the official documentation every piece of information or every advise I receive. Maybe I should, but that would take a lot of time. I allow myself to learn from others.

Religious freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make five.

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QuestionShould 0.5 round up or down? Pin
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