Santosh Kumarless info
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I am a neophyte programmer. I am a big fan of GNU/Linux and its tools. I love to work in CLI/TUI.
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- Ruby, PHP, Español <-- (secondary weapon)
- C, Deutsch <-- (want to learn)
- C++, Java, русский <-- (you can understand ;)
- capitalizr (Python) - command line text capitalization tool
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Why isn't the ball used in football called “a football ball”?
IMO Because they already have ball at end. The same thing is observed in grammar too. Like, the plural of grass can't be called grass*s* because grass already has s at its last, instead es is used to pluralify the word whose end are already s.