tuples vs lists
asda at sdarta.com
Sun Jan 9 03:16:09 CET 2005
yes, "tyoopl" - thats what I meant by 'choo-ple' (not v good at the
As a scouse git (though living in Australia), I would definitely say
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> worzel wrote:
>> Cheers - thanks for the feedback guys - pretty much answers the question
>> for me.
>> 'Two-Pull' it is then, thanks.
> Well, it might be "Two-Pull" in American, but in English it's "tyoopl" --
> NOT "choopl" (blearch!). I've also heard people say "tuppl".
> So, basically, say whatever you want. Language is about communication :-)
> you-say-tomato-ly y'rs - steve
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