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comment Can “doubt” sometimes mean “question”?
@Cesar - Interesting, I took Spanish at an American high school and was taught by a native Spanish speaker to say "tengo una pregunta", which translates to "I've got a question". We learned 'duda' as 'doubt', and used it in the American English sense of 'doubt'. Whoops!
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comment Is the term 'String' too jargony to use in a user interface?
Only on Stackexchange can this question be asked in an English Language context and get 38 upvotes. Relevant MSO post.