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I've been writing programs since I was 7 (Logo at first), though mostly in QBASIC for the first decade or so :). Now I am a serious programmer at a great little software company, where I do full stack web development, though my true love is front end.

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comment What is the term that means “keeping the arguments for different API calls as similar as possible”?
I'm calling this the answer for the time being, though I really think there is a fancy academic word for it... on the other hand, common words are probably better anyway
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accepted What is the term that means “keeping the arguments for different API calls as similar as possible”?
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comment What is the term that means “keeping the arguments for different API calls as similar as possible”?
@mike, you might be right that this was how the word "Othogonal" got into this slot in my brain... still, I have this recollection that there is a fancy word just for this concept...
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