[erlang-questions] Additions to lists module
Fri Nov 28 00:02:39 CET 2008
On 28 Nov 2008, at 12:00 am, Robert Virding wrote:
> Re names of functions, lists is probably not an example of good
> naming conventions. Why there are no separated_names I can't
> remember, most likely it just happened and the local convention was
> just continued. The names for many of the higher order functions
> came from Haskell or similar and there they did not use
> separated_names. It is not a convention that need be followed.
Haskell usage is baStudlyCaps. So it is true that the Haskell models
for some of these functions did not use separated_names, but it is
not true that Haskell uses or ever used runonwords. For example,
it's "takeWhile" in Haskell, not "takewhile".
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