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Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?

Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?

Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?
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Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?

Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?

Difficulty with naming has a bit of a history with programming.

There are two hard problems in computer science: caching, naming, and off by one errors.

It has been repeatedly revisited on meta and elsewhere

And yes, the guidance on these is confusing.

So, please answer:

  • Are the and questions on topic?
  • If so, what should be expected of these questions to not be closed as custom, too broad, or primarily opinion?
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