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Alex Shinn scripsit: > Or do you mean to say the abstraction is consistently "comparator" > whereas the ordering function is consistently "compare"? Yes to the first. The ordering function is consistently the "comparison procedure", and the verb, what it does, is "compare". > I would still prefer they be separate. Mmm, I suppose I could change it to "ordering procedure", but I think it would be even more confusing to change the verb to "order", since that is much more often used as a synonym for "command" than for "compare". -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx http://ccil.org/~cowan If a traveler were informed that such a man [as Lord John Russell] was leader of the House of Commons, he may well begin to comprehend how the Egyptians worshiped an insect. --Benjamin Disraeli