> Georg Nikodym wrote:
> > I think that the distinction is moot and this argument a waste of
> > time. If you are anything more than a code tourist, you should have
> > no trouble dealing with mnemonic names. So the above can become:
> > /*
> > * timcaefn == this is my clear and easy function name
> > */
> > void timcaefn (void);
> > If you're at all concerned about RSI, your fingers will thank you.
> This is why the autocompletion of functions and struct members in VC++ is
> awfully nice...hit the first few unique letters and it will complete the rest of
> the function for you, then hit tab and keep going. Is there anything with that
> functionality under Linux?
Esc-/ under emacs...
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