27 Jan 2013 sness   » (Journeyer)

Ben Alman » A Bit of Advice for the JavaScript Semicolon Haters

Ben Alman » A Bit of Advice for the JavaScript Semicolon Haters: "Earlier today, one of my coworkers was contributing to a cool new JavaScript lib, and complained that while he loves contributing to open source projects (who doesn’t, right?) he finds it annoying to read JavaScript code without semicolons.

Not just that, but he mentioned that he finds it amusing when, amidst hundreds of lines of otherwise pristine semicolon-less code, there is a single line that starts with a semicolon.

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Syndicated 2013-01-27 18:27:00 from sness

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