Code is not for communicating instructions to the computer. That's what ASM is for.
Your source code is for communicating your algorithm to other coders. (or even yourself, say, 2 years from now, when you're maintaining it).
Writing undocumented, and obscure code, is, in my book, roughly equivalent to throwing your fast-food wrappers out of the window of your car while driving down the highway.
touche i never looked at it that way
It's a play right out of the SCO book.
Print is hidden under a sun icon or a gear, or something -- with no known way to open the menu from the keyboard
Besides the fact that Print is accessible, like everywhere else, through Ctrl-P, the "gear" menu can be opened with the keyboard by hitting Tab until the focus goes to the toolbar, then using the arrow-keys to move focus to the gear icon, then hitting Return. I am not a big fan of Gnome and am deeply unhappy with many of their changes, but getting where you need to go with the keyboard remains fairly easy to figure out in most applications.
Spherix aquired some of the patents from Rockstar last year
And then they did 'research' - "Let's go through these things and see if we can sue any really big companies for biggie whopper zorkmids!"
Thank you USPTO Lottery!
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85