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Subject:Re: SmallTalk names (was "typefaces") From:Susan Gallagher <Susan_Gallagher_at_Enfin-SD -at- RELAY -dot- PROTEON -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 8 Nov 1993 12:00:00 EST
Reply-To: Fred M Jacobson <fred -at- BOOLE -dot- COM>
>Now wait a second! Are you claiming that SmallTalk programs contain
No, only that there are d**n few of them.
>Yes, SmallTalk names are often constructed this way, but this is
>also a common style in other programming languages. Even readers of
>this list who don't read programs see it in trademarks such as
>FrameMaker, PostScript, and WordPerfect. Did SmallTalk start this
Probably not, but they certainly took it to the extreme!
Sue Gallagher |
Sr. Technical Writer | "Updating a manual
Easel Corporation | is like changing tires
Enfin Technology Lab | on a moving car."
San Diego, CA | -- Edmond Weiss
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