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Re: Maple "if ~ fi" & "do ~ od" versus "if ~ endif" & "do ~ end do" constructs[edit]

I notice that you contributed to the maple code sample. Maybe we should keep the strange if ~ fi & do ~ od contructs as they seem more commonly used and more typical of maple code.

eg. When I did a google on the various contructs I find that typically (at least for maple code found by google) the if ~ fi & do ~ od construct is much more typical of maple code then the if ~ endif & do ~ end do contruct. (Pls forgive the following crude comparison using google AND bear in mind that I am not actually a maple user).

  • Google Results 1 - 10 of about 81,800 for maple proc if then fi do od. eg [1]
  • Google Results 1 - 10 of about 12,900 for maple proc do end-do if then end-if. eg [2]

It appears classic style is 4 time more common.

I would vote for the classic style. Your thoughts?

NevilleDNZ 11:34, 16 August 2007 (UTC)


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