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Re: Possible bug in name of command 'settrans'

From: Thomas Thurman
Subject: Re: Possible bug in name of command 'settrans'
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2008 10:21:07 -0400

2008/6/9 A.Salatov <gamma-853-967@ufamts.ru>:
In name of command 'settrans' is too many times used 't'. Actualy it is used in it's name, twice. But normaly name of this command must unclude 't' only once. So in normal form, name of this command, must be such: 'setrans'. In general it is a minor bug, but it is bug. ;-)

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've always understood it to mean "SET TRANSlator", a phrase in which there are two Ts in sequence.  What would the "se" in "setrans" mean?



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