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"us " <> wrote in message 
> this has been shown many a times in CSSM...
> - i'll always use
>      [foo,foo,foo,goo,goo]=f();
>   approach

I know you use this approach, as I do.  I was asking why other folks prefer to create a dummy variable in the workspace.  

> - the newly introduced ~ - in my view - is a waste of precious syntax resources...

I agree, except in the case I mentioned previously ;-).