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(on a second thought, I don't pronounce it that way, so let the supposedly non-existent centrifugal force push this diff off the hard disk platter)
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A function or definition with no [[Free variable]]s.
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A function or definition with no [[free variable]]s.
   
 
'''Question:''' On which syllable do you put the accent when saying "combinator"?
 
'''Question:''' On which syllable do you put the accent when saying "combinator"?

Revision as of 18:09, 29 September 2010

A function or definition with no free variables.

Question: On which syllable do you put the accent when saying "combinator"?

I say COM-bin-ay-tur, since it comes from "combine". -- User:AndrewBromage

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