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Whitespace is already extremely significant in programming. "foo[1]" vs "foo [1]" for example.



Depends on language, in Ruby those statements would be identical. But anyway, that's no reason to make things even worse.

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In Ruby those statements are the same when foo is bound to an array, but they are different when foo is bound to a function...

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