from the now-where-did-i-put-that-scalpel dept.
MattSparkes writes "Slashdot reported earlier this week that the first ever zero gravity surgery was to take place. Today the team of doctors successfully carried out the operation, removing a benign tumour from the forearm of a 46-year-old volunteer.
"Now we know that a human being can be operated on in space without too many difficulties," team leader Dominique Martin said after the flight.
The studies show that minor surgery is possible even during long-term inhabitation of space."
FORTRAN is a good example of a language which is easier to parse
using ad hoc techniques.
-- D. Gries
[What's good about it? Ed.]