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Actually, we *should* let people choose how to view information,
To me, this seems to make exactly the point opposite to what you are
trying to prove: by *not* cutting long lines, I am giving the readers
the choice to wrap the line at whatever width they prefer: 70, 75, or
even 120 characters, if they have a wide monitor.
Did you ever stop to think that maybe occasionally one might *not*
want a line wrapped for some reason?
Again you are making the "do not cut the line for me, I'll decide
whether I want the line wrapped or not" point.
If you do chose *not* to wrap long lines, then don't complain that they
are too long.
Like, say, viewing code with long lines?
News flash: you are not programming in Kansas anymore toto, you are now
reading from a news group.
And yes this message was also sent from a Canadian IP address (What does
the apparent country of origin of the message have to do with anything
anyways ?) and BTW, that "toto" is meant to be taken in the French
Canadian meaning of the word.
email me) AOLSFAQ=http://wombat.san-francisco.ca.us/cgi-bin/fom
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Note : I did not cut out the long and annoying PGP signature, on
purpose, as some people seem to find it very important. It might very
well become useful, if not important, at some point, when more than 1%
of the population starts using it.
I personally think that a six character signature (including the space
after the '--') is perfectly sufficient, especially in a context that is
mostly anonymous anyways.