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Re^3: Using plural form for variable names (Perl Best Practices)

by space_monk (Chaplain)
on Nov 08, 2012 at 15:25 UTC ( #1002925=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: About the use of the plural form for the name of variables (Perl Best Practices best practices)
in thread About the use of the plural form for the name of variables

The reasoning from your example is obvious; Google only returns "vegetable hash" recipes, but not "vegetables hash" recipes. :-P
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[choroba]: I'm just repeating some else's words as I remembered them after having asked the same question
[choroba]: s/some/someone/
Discipulus what a pity all people do not speak only in eatalian..
[choroba]: we'd need video calls more often :)
[Discipulus]: i still suspect english has some logical 'curvature/ crookedness' that has and will have a big impact over programming
[Discipulus]: if you refere to gestures ++choroba
Discipulus still has problem with 'until' beyond simplest cases
[choroba]: ;-)
[Discipulus]: and larry studied natural languages too
[choroba]: Czechs have problems with unless

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