>>>>> "David" == "David E Wheeler" <david(at)kineticode(dot)com> writes:
David> Just a few thoughts for discussion:
David> * From my previous posts: Is it time to kill off `(at)` and `~`,?
David> Not necessarily for your patch to handle, just wondering what
David> others think.
I'll take them out if people think that is appropriate.
David> * I like the %% operator for converting to arrays. Though I
David> think maybe I would have liked %@ better, but maybe that's
David> just the Perl hacker in me.
I originally tried just % but something in the grammar stops you using
that for a unary op.
David> * I also like the new %# operator to convert to
David> two-dimensional arrays. But if you adopted %@ for arrays,
David> maybe %@@ better indicates a 2-dimensional array? I'm just
David> thinking out lout here, I'm happy to have them no matter what
David> they're called.
%@@ is a bit on the ugly side for an operator I think.
David> * More name stuff: Why `hstore_to_list` rather than
David> `hstore_to_array`? And I'm not sure about `hstore_to_matrix`
David> for the 2-dimensional array. I guess that's better than
David> `hstore_to_multidimensional_array` would be. ;-)
I intentionally avoided hstore_to_array because it would be unclear
which one it meant (the 1-d or 2-d result).
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