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comment Use of 'as per' vs 'per'
@BenLee what can I say; it's the programmer in me.
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comment Can programmers be called code authors?
@JamesMcLeod it refers to the author of the file/class/method/function the docblock is documenting.
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comment Why is “para” not used consistently?
Isn't paramilitary something more along the lines like 'similar/in imitation to military', i.e., a SWAT team is professionally trained, highly equipped, have ranks, have uniforms, have a strict and defined chain of command, but are not military, therefore are a paramilitary force? -- This doesn't answer your question, but I wouldn't consider the para prefix in paramilitary to mean 'against'
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