Hmm. Id be curious to see the other monks thoughts on the below code snippet
# copy stdin to stdout, except for lines starting with #
if dollar_underscore =eq= "#":
So if i read this correclty a block starts with a : and ends with }
This seems like madness to me. Frankly I think id prefer to write VBS than stuff that looks like the above. The only thing that remotely appeals to mean is the string as an array.
hmm, well maybe ahh NOPE.
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