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Unintentional edits


If you examine many of your Pop11 edits, you will find that other sections are also changing. It appears to be changes in indentation and replacing Unicode glyphs with ASCII facsimiles (for example, see [1]). Please figure out why this is happening, perhaps switching your default encoding or to a different browser for editing.

Also, it would be nice as a high volume contributor if you would make a Rosetta Code account and edit while logged in.

Thanks, --IanOsgood 09:51, 22 May 2008 (MDT)

Waldek Hebisch

Waldek Hebisch produced a small collection of programming examples in Pop-11

BTW: You seem to be using an editor that has problems with the ↑ and ≠ characters in code. For example:

 "a↑2 + b↑2 ≠ 2c ∎" becomes "a-^2 + b-^2 != 2c qed"


I am curious, what editor is smart enough know that "∎" is actually "qed".

NevilleDNZ 05:58, 24 May 2008 (MDT)

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