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Sat Feb 20 17:08:29 PST 2010
"yigal chripun" <foo at bar.com> wrote in message
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> It's very simple actually:
> you want to name a function that reverses your range and you have several
> valid names for it, please choose the most common word (the first that
> comes to mind) which in this case is (surprise!) - "reverse". (or any
> variation that makes sense in this particular case, like "reversed")
> simple logic, don't you agree?
> Any human language has more than one way to express oneself. The best way
> to reach a wide (and international) audience is to use the most common
> phrases - don't go all academic on me with Latin or Shakespearean words
> and don't go getho on me with misspelled slang.
> Is that so much to ask for?
I certainly consider "reverse" to be a better name than "retro". No argument
from me there. What I'm saying is just that I think people are making it out
to be a much bigger issue than it really is. (Now, "iota", on the other
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