, sysrpl wrote

 So@CreamFilling512:

@rhm:

See, this is exactly what I meant. Both of you believe a term has one meaning, but in reality the meaning is different for developers using different tools.

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So, as you can see, developer's with different backgrounds use the terms you are using with completely different meanings. That's all I am sayin'.

Well all those definitions agree with me, so I'm happy Smiley But maybe you're right that there is confusion, but that's why there is such a thing as education - as long as people are willing to stand up and say "no, you're using the wrong term there" instead of letting things slide, we'll get things straight eventually.