Leaning Toothpick Syndrome
In computer programming “Leaning toothpick syndrome” is an expression used when quoted expression becomes unreadable because it contains a large number of escape characters, usually backslashes
The official Perl documentation introduced the term to wide usage, apparently.
In Japanese environment, the Yen symbol
¥ is often (always?) used in lieu of backslash
\. That means LTS is shown differently:
Second case is more readable.