To me, that is not an idiom; this is an idiom:
foo(“This is a really long string. in fact it is so long
that it requires two lines…”)
To me, that makes much more sense.
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firstname.lastname@example.org 7/23/02 3:09PM >>>
- compile time string concatenation, “hello” “world” => “helloworld”
I know that some other popular languages like to do that,
but I think it would be better to leave it as two arguments.
After all, someone wrote those two literals separately on purpose.
The following is a common idiom:
foo("this is a really long string. in fact, it is so long "
“that I have to wrap onto multiple lines.”)
On Wed, Jul 24, 2002 at 12:46:37AM +0900, Mike Hall wrote: