> I think 'subset' might be a nicer colour for this bikeshed. For an
> extra three characters you lose the confusion with "to set", and it
> highlights the fact that you're (usually) declaring a *constrained*
> subset of the original type.
Ehh. By that definition arn't all sets subsets? Anyway I didn't see
any confusion with "to set" at all. subset confused me quite a bit
though. Besides it might not be a sub set at all.
set types <full half quarter jumbo automatic>;
You could call that a subset of words, but i think this has extra clarity over:
subset types <full half quarter jumbo automatic>;
First thing i think when seeing that is...subset of what? where is the
larger set defined? Of course I have no knowledge of set theory at
all, just a humble programming giving his input.