On Wednesday 29 May 2002 21:10, Brinkman, Theodore wrote:
> It really should ignore anything in any sort of comment.  The whole point
> of a comment is that it provides the programmer with information and is
> ignored by the compiler/interpreter.  If // is supposed to comment until
> the end of the line, then by god, it should comment until the end of the
> line, not until the end of the line unless it finds ?> buried in the line
> somewhere. Even VB gets this right!

As someone has already pointed out that is documented behaviour. Personally I 
agree with you in that the whole line should be commented.

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