Subject: Re: Curious SYNOPSIS in signal(3)
To: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Eric Jacoboni <email@example.com>
Date: 06/26/2002 11:42:28
>>>>> "Greywolf" == Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Greywolf> Show me a student that wants to have the information hidden,
Greywolf> and I'll ask you if you want fries with that.
Greywolf> I don't typically agree with data hiding.
Well... Perhaps my bad english is the culprit... I've /never/ said a
manpage should hide anything, i say exactly the opposite: a manpage
should help. If the inlined form is rather obscure, it doesn't offend
me to find a "pre-parsed" form.
For my own, and as my student's questions prove it, the typedef'd
form is much easier to read.
Typically, when i give the genuine form, i see lot of eyes pairs
staring at me and i have to explain this form by
parsing the argument list. You know what? : my explanation is exactly
what the typedef'd form do.
Following that i immediatly suggest they better have to use
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