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Michael Sperber [Mr. Preprocessor] wrote: > I'm Mr. Sperber, actually. (Even though some people might find > "Mr. Egner" more intuitive :-) ) It's Dr. Sperber, actually, if we want to give this little devil his due. (Or, this being Germany, it's probably Herr Prof. Dr. Sperber Dipl.-Ing. or something along those lines.) That said, Mike: > They actually do. I don't see why a term coined somewhere else needs > to be used *here*. Why not standardize the term across related languages? The specific argument you're advancing above is pretty weak -- you can do better. S.