On Tuesday, 27 May 2014 at 12:05:43 UTC, Adam D. Ruppe wrote:
On Tuesday, 27 May 2014 at 11:57:05 UTC, Daniel Kozak via
I mean there is a lot of typo (for e.g. multiple ';' chars at
the end of line, import std.stdio : writeln;;;)
Blargh, the code got screwed up something nasty through the
revision process (chapter 6 especially, the spacing got totally
butchered, the end of virtually every line had random
characters, wtf, the file got changed from a .doc to a .docx in
that process too which i suspect is to blame) and I thought I
fixed all those in the final draft but apparently not...
I suspect that'll get better past chapter 1; chapter one needed
so much content revision that I didn't spend as much time on
the punctuation in the review process.
Tell me about formatting getting lost while re-formatting. But
why on earth do people (publishers / editors) still insist on
using .doc and .docx (i.e. MS)!? This is to invite disaster.
Laziness? Saving money? Nah, you'll work and pay more in the end.
Incompetence? I dunno.