dan at viciouslime.co.uk
Mon Sep 4 21:06:51 BST 2006
On Mon, 2006-09-04 at 20:45 +0100, Toby Smithe wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-09-04 at 20:39 +0100, Nicholas Thomas wrote:
> > On 04/09/06 20:35, Toby Smithe wrote :-
> > > Whilst (hey, there I used it!) translating GCC 3.4, I came across
> > > "nonnull". I translated it as "non-null". Was that the correct decision?
> > > I will mark it for review.
> > >
> > I'd say non-null. What on earth is a nonnull, anyway? ;)
> A value that is not null, ie anything but zero.
Yeh, I would say non-null because if you think about how you say that,
you definitely pronounce it like two separate words, it is pretty much
impossible to make non flow into null because of the double n. you end
up with "nonnel" which doesn't have the same clarity... if any clarity
at all lol
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