English binary logic operators

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Sat Nov 25 19:02:29 PST 2006

"antonio" <antonio at abrevia.net> wrote in message 
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> Bruno Medeiros wrote:
>> antonio wrote:
>>> I'm forced to use the basic english programming syntax: if/else, while, 
>>> for, foreach, public, private, protected,.... PLEASE: STOP IMPOSING 
>>> ENGLISH TO THE WORLD... you are not the only one programming here.
>>> thanks
>>> Antonio
>> Well I say *don't* stop imposing english to the world. Hum, "imposing" is 
>> a strong word here, I wouldn't go out of my way to force another to use 
>> english, but I would like them to, and I wouldn't help in efforts to the 
>> contrary.
>> Why? The value of the network is the square of the of numbers of users. 
>> The less language barriers and segregation the better, the more people 
>> that know and use a common language the better. This is a subjective 
>> opinion that I know not all share as much as I. I have been said to have 
>> more of the "citizen of the world" mentality than most people. (I'm 
>> portuguese btw, my natural language being Portuguese)
>> Second, English is the prime candidate for that common language, because 
>> it is one of the most widely spoken, *in* the more important contexts 
>> (books, movies, information, nations). And also (in the context of 
>> programming) *especially* because it is more succinct and expressive that 
>> most other languages.
> Simplicity in arguments forced million people die in Holocaust :-/.
Lol, talk about simple arguments :D
He explained his stance quite well, in contrary to your 'argument'?
I too really don't care about nationality when it comes to programming 
languages :D
That said, I too want keep using && because it has an even more broader 

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