12 apr 2013 kl. 12.21 skrev Branko ńĆibej:
> On 11.04.2013 20:47, Mattias Engdeg√•rd wrote:
>> And if you would agree to that, why should we deny others the same
> For the same reason that I'd deny them the dubious benefit of, e.g.,
> nepredznańćeno celo_Ň°tevilo Fibonacci(nepredznańćeno
> celo_Ň°tevilo N)
> instead of
> unsigned int Fibonacci(unsigned int N)
You can't be serious. Programs are stored in long-lived incrementally
edited files, sent to other users and fed into compilers from a
variety of vendors, all implementing a standard symbolic code.
Compatibility is important, because one program should be accepted by
any compiler. None of these points apply here.
This is about a user being asked a question in her native language and
given a set of answers labelled in that language. Why force her to
reply in a code dissonant to those answers?
Received on 2013-04-12 19:44:58 CEST