From: John Torjo (john.groups_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-13 18:25:29
>> I'm not discounting his efforts because of macros. What I am doing
>> is pointing that they should be de-emphaisized and are not forced on me.
>> If I dont care about the compile-time optimizations that a macro may
>> provide, I should'nt be forced to use them.
>> Macros may provide some flexibility for some users, but others wont
>> care about them and dont want to have to deal with them.
> If the macro is doing something sufficiently interesting, you won't want
> to have to deal with the replacement. Some things just can't be
> captured with syntactic economy any other way.
Thanks Dave! Anyway, in the next version, I'll certainly explain what
each macro does (should have 2 macros at most) and how you can
accomplish the same thing manually.
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