Stephen Leake <> writes:

> David Kastrup <> writes:
>> "do the right thing" commands also tend to do the wrong thing
>> occasionally with potentially disastrous results when they are used
>> in scripts where the followup actions rely on the actual result.
> That is bad, and should not be allowed. On the other hand, I have yet
> to see an actual use case of bad behavior in this discussion.



David Kastrup
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