[REBOL] Re: Rebol can get quite INSANE!!!
From: max:ordigraphe at: 4-Sep-2001 18:04
> The thing I like about rebol is that I can work in more of a
> left-to-right method that "inside-out" as in C/C++ or Lisp....
yep it does reads more like normal english... Except that the lack of
parenthesis, makes it quite hard to decode complex and in-line function
calls... especially while learning.
If you aren't used to using a particular function and it is used in a
long function "chain" or tree, then it gets quite confusing as to what
result gets returned into which function. This is because the actual
parameter ordering isn't readily apparent... It gets that much worse
when the words are badly chosen.
When I recently discovered the "ANY" and "ALL" functions, I thanked god.
If they are used ingeniously, they REALLY help clarify code and make the
syntax so much simpler. They basically let you concentrate on the
expressions and let you forget about using nested conditions or
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