on 5/10/02 11:32 AM, Chris Withers at [EMAIL PROTECTED] scrivened:

> Marc Lindahl wrote:
>> Don't you have that now with the kludgey 'not' construct?
> What is kludgey about the 'not:' construct?!

For the reasons 'else' was invented in the first place, I guess:  prone to
errors, inefficient, bulky.  The biggest thing I see is: isn't linked to the
other construct, so it's prone to errors when editing the conditions.

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