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Re: contest dependeded meanings for yes and no

On Tuesday 09 January 2007 20:07, Nicolas François wrote:
> > > In this case, I would however recommend to use a shorter form since
> > > there is no ambiguity after the first char:
> > > yesexpr "^[aAcCyY]"
> > > noexpr "^[nNiI]"
> >
> > The longer expression fails on typo's in the full string, yours does
> > not. I'd say that could be relevant.
> Is the typo just that there are two yesexpr instead of a yesexpr and a
> noexpr?

No, I was just commenting on your "recommend to use a shorter form" as 
that changes the functionality and does not just add a translation.

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