Gregory Stark wrote:
> "Tom Lane" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I wrote:
> >> Maybe "aword", "word", and "numword"?
> >
> > Does the lack of response mean people are satisfied with that?
> Sorry, I had a couple responses partially written but never finished.
> If we were doing it from scratch I would suggest using longer names. At the
> least I would still suggest using "ascii" or "asciiword" instead of "aword".

+1 for asciiword; "aword" sounds too much like "a word" which is not the
meaning I think we're trying to convey.  It is a bit longer, but there
are longer names already so I don't think it's a problem.  (It's not
like it's something anyone needs to type often).

Alvaro Herrera                     
"En el principio del tiempo era el desencanto.  Y era la desolación.  Y era
grande el escándalo, y el destello de monitores y el crujir de teclas."
                            ("Sean los Pájaros Pulentios", Daniel Correa)

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