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convension when I am using List called by nickname in the plural?

André Asantos
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Hi, is a convension when I am using List and I call by nickname in the plural?

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Rob Spoor
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I do it all the time. But it's not a "nickname", it's a variable name.


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David Newton
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It's more than just convention, it's common sense--if you have more than one, it's plural. (Of course, it might have zero or one, too, but the potential is there :)
 
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