chuckh at sent.com
Sat Oct 9 05:28:34 EDT 2004
It makes more sense to me to know where the non-blank data begin instead
of how many spaces precede it.
On Fri, 8 Oct 2004, Tyler Spivey wrote:
> Just wanted to point out something: double keypad 8 has a small problem,
> in my opinion.
> take the following lines:
> def fact(n):
> return [f for f in xrange(1,n+1) if n%f == 0]
> using double keypad 8 on the first line yields 1.
> the second line yeilds 9.
> I feel that knowing how much whitespace is on the line, and not where the first character is and having to subtract 1,
> is more useful.
> all that needs to be done in the speakup code is subtract 1 from the value before sending it.
> On Fri, Oct 08, 2004 at 11:54:17AM -0400, Janina Sajka wrote:
>> Thanks, David. Double keypad 8 is going to be very helpful! I wasn't
>> aware of it before.
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