05 Oct 2006
why i like python and objective c.
yesterday on the silc channel, there was some discussion flying around about the virtues of not needing to press the shift key (as i briliantly demonstrate on this blog by not capitalising anything unless it is absolutely necessary).
and i discovered why i love objective-c and python. in python, you don't need to use curly braces unless you're dealing with dictionaries. and in objective-c you use heaps of square brackets that on my US-keyboard doesn't require me to press shift! it's a shift-free zone for me.
let's join anti caps lock movement
with the anti shift movement.
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