Re: Documenting Code/Why Is It So Ugly?

Subject: Re: Documenting Code/Why Is It So Ugly?
From: CASSIN Gilles <GCassin -at- MEGA -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 1999 11:23:55 +0100

Ben Kovitz wrote as an answer to Kathleen Melly
The big problem with code in documents is that often the code is wider
than
the margins, forcing it to word-wrap. Code should *never* word-wrap.

You can cut code lines (may tech magazines do this), provided that you
clearly indicate that fact (the scissors symbol, if available, is easily
understood).

Gilles CASSIN
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