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Re: [using gcc book] ch3.8 options to request or suppress warnings
Chris Devers <email@example.com> writes:
> On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Jim Wilson wrote:
> > It is probably better to use enumerated type, and we should probably
> > convert uses of enumeral in the source code to be enumerated instead.
> Okay, so should I make any documentation changes at this time? I'm
> assuming that I would be getting ahead of things to do a search & replace
> on, say
> since that's clearly being used as meaningful code in the text.
> On the other hand, would it be fair to replace the instances of the term
> 'enumeral' in the prose? I count seven such references: four use the term
> "enumeral type", two use "enumeral value", and one uses "enumeral class."
> It looks like it may be safe to change them all, if I understand you
> correctly and people will know that the terms are semi-interchangeable.
Yes, I would suggest 'enumerated type' and 'enumeration value'
instead, as they are more standard terms and so better-known to the user.
- Geoffrey Keating <firstname.lastname@example.org>