A few minutes ago, Laurent wrote:
>       (define (string-index-of sub str [start 0] [end (string-length str)])
> I always need to go check the documentation for that kind of argument position
> (like for (string-replace from str to) ).
> To me, what makes more sense is to have the str argument on the first
> position, just like for a method call with a self argument, which makes sense
> for strings on functions like string-....
> Does it bother other people too?

(I was about to suggest the same thing.  The `string-replace' not
following `regexp-replace's order is the bad point here.)

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