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"Stephen Leake" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Ada is a "tool for the next century";

I have a suspicion that Ada, while it will still be in use, might be
considered slightly old hat by the year 2100.

;-)

> let's not carry the "support legacy stuff" too far.
> There's no excuse for a line length limit of less than
> 120.

What about bad eyesight?

My limit used to be 75 until recently. I have since upped it to 115.

Nick Roberts
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