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Re: OT: Why is C so popular?

On Mon, Sep 01, 2003 at 11:24:41AM -0400, Mark Roach wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-09-01 at 06:20, Anders Arnholm wrote:
> > 
> > SO the reason is to inport bad fomrated code, and make that code better
> > formated. For me thats dosn't make med have to change my editor. As this
> > still needs a manual step, whan it happens I can change my tabstop to
> > fix it in that buffer only.
> This has nothing to do with badly formatted code. I repeat, nothing.
> Here is the desired goal: Use 4 spaces for indent levels and have no
> tabs in the file.
> Here is a very easy way to achieve that which does exactly what I want
> every time: :set ts=4 et

Why not:
    :set ts=8 sw=4 expandtab

and NOT use tab? After all you don't *want* tabs, do you?

Use ^T instead...

Karl E. Jørgensen
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