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revised Using π, φ, λ etc. as variable names while programming?
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comment Naming boolean field that is a verb
@miguel.martin One reason you wouldn't want to do this is Java-beans. The assumption of isSomething is a part of that specification and many assumptions are made around it, for better or worse, going against this with doesSomething can an will break things in not so obvious ways, leading to bugs.
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