[swift-evolution] ternary operator ?: suggestion

Charles Constant charles at charlesism.com
Mon Jan 18 17:05:33 CST 2016

Is it too late to rename the proposal? I will never be able to remember it

Maybe "Singular Map/Filter/Reduce" or "Item M/F/R"?

Apologies if we already discussed this earlier. Thread is pretty long now,
I may have missed it

On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 2:53 PM, Craig Cruden <ccruden at novafore.com> wrote:

> I have renamed the document - new link is
> https://github.com/cacruden/swift-evolution/blob/master/proposals/0023-Pattern-Matching-Partial-Function.md
> I have initiated a pull request…. I think the proposal is sufficient to
> get to the review stage (which is a week)… so the haggling on the small
> stuff will likely happen again at that time anyway.
> Of course my views may be corrupted by being too close to the proposal :p
> On 2016-01-18, at 3:04:35, Charles Constant <charles at charlesism.com>
> wrote:
> I think examples are convincing, but ideally we would put most of them in
> separate document.
> Though I love reading about programming, I generally do it in a half-assed
> sort of way. Unless the writing is very blunt and clear, I don't really
> understand it until I need to do it myself. I doubt I'm the only person
> here like this.
> I badly want this proposal to gain traction (more so every time I find
> myself writing code that it could improve, which happens daily). I think
> the proposal ought to be short and sweet. I believe if we hold the reader's
> attention just long enough for them to understand what we're talking about,
> they'll be onboard. Once they're hooked, we have our second document with
> the list of examples.
> It would also be great to have the "before snippet" and "after snippet"
> visually arranged side-by-side. I'm guessing markdown doesn't support this
> :(
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