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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.

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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