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commit 11e31bfb54f95c9fadffffc575bc560d75e97a85
parent f931f43ba13b84621e3388dc552195a0ae214921
Author: Kartik K. Agaram <vc@akkartik.com>
Date:   Thu, 20 Oct 2022 18:52:11 -0700

change a word in simple.txt

I believe "blindsided to" is incorrect English usage, and didn't see any
evidence of it in a search online.

Mfs/doc/design/simple.txt | 2+-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/fs/doc/design/simple.txt b/fs/doc/design/simple.txt @@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ dedicates 10,000 lines of code only for file format logic. That's huge, but if you want to build a compiler in the UNIX world, you *have* to do this. Forth is a memory oriented system. It comes with constraints, but it also comes -with simplicity benefits. As UNIX users, we're blindsided to these benefits and +with simplicity benefits. As UNIX users, we're blind to these benefits and see some of the complexity associated with computing as unavoidable. It's not. That is why Forth's approach to simplicity is revolutionary, because it removes a blindfold.