[PD] "get" method for Pd
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Nov 21 22:09:06 CET 2011
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On 2011-11-21 21:35, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:
>>> what makes the name [list foo] any better than [listfoo]?
i don't know. my native language allows construction of compound words,
and while this seems ridiculous to many english speakers, it's not that
it makes a lot of problems in real world.
for unknown reasons, it seems that [text file] seems to work for lots of
>> It's a form of namespacing.
and i argue that it's a bad idea to introduce whitespace as namespace
delimiter in a language that already uses whitespace as token/atom
i cannot remember any other complang, that uses whitespace as namespace
delimiter, most likely because virtually all languages already use
whitespace to separate tokens.
> Hyphens work, too, but two words against each other are less readable.
i'm fine with hyphen, underscore, CamelCase.
i just don't like space.
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