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[Help-smalltalk] Working through the GNU smalltalk user's manual; notice
[Help-smalltalk] Working through the GNU smalltalk user's manual; noticed a slight error!
Thu, 6 Sep 2018 08:40:46 -0500
First of all, thanks for having this resource available. I'm greatly
enjoying learning Smalltalk, and being a vim-and-emacs person, being able
to tinker with this through the command-line has been great. I do wish I
could've gotten the gst-browser to work, but it appears quite allergic to
my mac (high sierra blah blah blah), and toying with Fink for some time was
not the saving grace I hoped it'd be. Drats.
Anyway. The reason why I'm emailing is about
; specifically, the #checksOver:do: code block. It appears to be missing an
opening bracket (and also a closing one) after the method name, on line 2!
Checking extend [
checksOver: amount do: aBlock [
history keysAndValuesDo: [:key :value |
(value > amount)
ifTrue: [aBlock value: key]
...would be the correction.
I know this is really trivial, but it's a thing I noticed and that tripped
me up. Everything else has worked out of the box, as it were.
No obligation to fix this; I'm not sure if the manual is maintained, but
I've appreciated going through it so much, I felt an obligation to give
some tiny thanks back, if only in the form of syntax-checking, lol.
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