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>> Strife says: This function transforms the data, there is no expectation of modification, so the caveat isn't needed, though it is on other string and list function articles. I've been meaning to make a template.)
 
>> Strife says: This function transforms the data, there is no expectation of modification, so the caveat isn't needed, though it is on other string and list function articles. I've been meaning to make a template.)
  
I would propose that for learners, who can make this mistake as I did many times when exhausted in the battle to learn LSL, that a caveat is useful, and that it does no harm for those who don't need it, as they can just ignore it? Part of my aim is to make the advice / language accessible to learners. As well, as you point out, it would be inconsistent not to have it here, as it is other similar places?[[User:Chaz Longstaff|Chaz Longstaff]] 17:36, 14 July 2008 (PDT)
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I would propose that for learners, who can make this mistake as I did many times when exhausted in the battle to learn LSL, that a caveat is useful, and that it does no harm for those who don't need it, as they can just ignore it? Part of my aim is to make the advice / language accessible to learners. As well, as you point out, it would be inconsistent not to have it here, as it is other similar places?
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I like your idea of templating it, perhaps to appear as a definite Caveat that stands out, rather than something in a footnote?
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[[User:Chaz Longstaff|Chaz Longstaff]] 17:36, 14 July 2008 (PDT)

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>> Strife says: This function transforms the data, there is no expectation of modification, so the caveat isn't needed, though it is on other string and list function articles. I've been meaning to make a template.)

I would propose that for learners, who can make this mistake as I did many times when exhausted in the battle to learn LSL, that a caveat is useful, and that it does no harm for those who don't need it, as they can just ignore it? Part of my aim is to make the advice / language accessible to learners. As well, as you point out, it would be inconsistent not to have it here, as it is other similar places?

I like your idea of templating it, perhaps to appear as a definite Caveat that stands out, rather than something in a footnote?

Chaz Longstaff 17:36, 14 July 2008 (PDT)