Friday, January 20, 2006

Yhc vs YHC

We have now named most things, which is a good step forward (Yhc, Yhi, Yhe, Gyhe, Yho ...)

One final thing we need to name is Yhc itself. If you look at the previous posts you'll see I tend to name it Yhc, and Bob tends to name it YHC. I personally prefer Yhc, because it looks quite a lot nicer, all the demo logos that have been done have had "hc" in lower case, and YHC seems a lot more violent, while Yhc is more friendly.

Thoughts and opinions?

3 Comments:

Anonymous Andrew Wilkinson said...

Don't forget phyi!

I much prefer Yhc, although I suppose YHc would be more correct given that Haskell should be capitalised..

9:27 AM  
Blogger Matt Roberts said...

I always like my programs to have the name I will actually have to type

yhc

I think the all lowercase thing looks nicer too

2:28 AM  
Anonymous Jared Updike said...

I like yhc all lowercase because the lowercase y looks like an inverted lambda; capital Y loses that. But Yhc is better than YHC.

11:17 PM  

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