"Bo M. Maryniuck" wrote:
> > I still can't catch why people raise and reply to this really nonsense thread> ("self" vs. "dot" or "this" or "pumpkin" or whatever)? Just go and design +> develope your own language... This is more worse example, if somebody like> use a dot, instead "self":> > .__.foo = .o> .__.__doc__ = .__.foo.__doc__> > This is more like Morse language...> > bo at oberon:(~) morse -s '.__.foo'> .-.-.-,> .-.-.-,> ..-.,> ---,> ---,
Actually, the Morse is much easier to write, since it doesn't
require the Shift key (god how I hate underscores) and easier
to read, since it's harder to tell how many underscores there
are in a series of them since fonts generally don't have any
space between them, unlike hyphens.
If this change were implemented, it would make Python less
readable and writable than Morse code, and I therefore nominate
it for honor of being the most damaging change at the smallest cost!