[Haskell-cafe] Scrap your boilerplate
jo at durchholz.org
Wed May 15 04:57:46 UTC 2019
Every language has its idioms where a word-by-word translation would be
misleading. Even communities have this, and programming is no exception.
"Boilerplate" is a term from the programming community, and you simply
have to learn its meaning in programming - just as the meanings of "the
program knows", "bus", "keyboard", "tree", etc. etc. pp.
Am 15.05.19 um 03:46 schrieb The FLOSS Information:
> I think the proposed term is less confusing because the other term has
> more than one meaning in our language and it's a little hard to decide
> which one is right.
> 14.05.2019, 20:06, "Richard O'Keefe" <raoknz at gmail.com>:
> I'm more confused by "get rid of repetitive code" than by "scrap
> your boilerplate".
> On Tue, 14 May 2019 at 17:53, Ivan Lazar Miljenovic
> <ivan.miljenovic at gmail.com <mailto:ivan.miljenovic at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On Tue, 14 May 2019 at 11:13, The FLOSS Information
> <theflossinformation at yandex.com
> <mailto:theflossinformation at yandex.com>> wrote:
> Scrap your boilerplate
> Can you write the synonyms of the words in this sentence? I
> think that such a method is necessary to avoid meaning
> Get rid of repetitive code?
> Is that what you were after?
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