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all languages should ban the use of white space

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  • 1
    Whitespaces actually don't matter at all, if used in calculation; lets say
    a = 65;
    b = 80;
    a + b (or a+b)
    Both are same
    And also how would be the indents fine without those spaces?
  • 2
    @rEaL-jAsE thanksyoucantotallysuckit seems like @Eklavya never got it
  • 2
    I hope that includes newlines and line wrapping.

    function[swap](items,leftIndex,rightIndex){var(temp)=items[leftIndex];items[leftIndex]=items[rightIndex];items[rightIndex]=temp;}function[partition](items,left,right){var(pivot)=items[Math.floor((right+left)/2)],i=left,j=right;while(i<=j){while(items[i]<pivot){i++;}while(items[j]>pivot){j--;}if(i<=j){swap(items,i,j);i++;j--;}}return(i);}function[quickSort](items,left,right){var(index);if(items.length>1){index=partition(items,left,right);if(left<index-1){quickSort(items,left,index-1);}if(index<right){quickSort(items,index,right);}}return(items);}
  • 0
    Why?
  • 1
    @EpicofGilgamesh IgotitnowthanksandIthinkitsreallyfunnowwithoutthosespacesfml
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    @Eklavya atleastsomeonehasbrainsouttatheboxupinthisbitch
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    This!

    I'd love to see Python without whitespace

    Or whitespace without whitespace!
  • 3
    @Eklavya Depends on the language, don't it?

    In bash shell, which you may or may not consider a language, the spaces will cause errors

    a=65 is correct
    a = 65 is not
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