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Arthur A. Gleckler scripsit: > There's a great story from the original author of Make. He said that > he decided early on that he couldn't reverse the decision to make SPC > and TAB have different meanings -- a terrible decision -- because he > already had ten users! Legend has it that on his first day at Google, Stu was given a desktop whose keyboard lacked the Tab key. -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx http://ccil.org/~cowan Rather than making ill-conceived suggestions for improvement based on uninformed guesses about established conventions in a field of study with which familiarity is limited, it is sometimes better to stick to merely observing the usage and listening to the explanations offered, inserting only questions as needed to fill in gaps in understanding. --Peter Constable