Re: [PHP-DEV] The @@ is terrible, are we sure we're OK with it?

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July 22, 2020 16:49 (Mark Randall)
On 22/07/2020 17:43, Dik Takken wrote:
> That means we effectively disregard the preferences of the ones who > voted for the @@ syntax. We do not know what the @@ voters would have > chosen if the choice was between << >> and #[]. In case the @@ voters > have a preference for << >> the result could turn out differently. The > only way to know is to take another vote.
Yes we do - it was a ranked choice vote where voters selected their first, second and third preferences. If @@ is eliminated, the second choice of all those who voted for it as their first choice is already known. Mark Randall