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    Question MISE_or_MICE

    I am trying not to laugh while I slap some critical code up. It occured to me, the above name for my exception might get critical review from the code correctness camp. The idea that the above could be resolved caused me to laugh, I do not expect that anyone could narrow it any closer and thus should not try to reduce it farther.

    Has anyone spilt the pair?
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    Default ... of mice and men ...

    Not sure Nicolas, but I was asked the following question some time back:
    • If the plural of mouse is mice, then the plural of rat is.... rice?


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    Talking 60 + % of programming market is control and insturmentation

    To spare some passion, I gave up on meaningful variable names - your question opens me to risky business but what happend there is that I was coding along at about a hundred lines a day and did not have time to go get a random string for a variable name an chose a variant spelling of MISE for phonic mental note and just started laughing in that over 60% of end-users could take your question and make in interview question, easisly, burning hundreds of hours on discussion and never getting reliable code.
    Then more than one hat, I assume, would be hose, And gnat would be gnose and pat would be pose And likewise the plural of rat would be rose.
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    Seems to me .....

    Aw, skip it - infowars takes the load on this issue.
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