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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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accepted What is “Loan principal”?
Dec
13
comment What is “Loan principal”?
@Kris: I'm just looking for a category name for the transactions where I receive student loans. It will probably only ever be read by me, but I want a short name that makes sense.
Dec
13
comment What is “Loan principal”?
@Kris: What would you call transactions that are part of the principal? Is simply "loan payout" the best way to describe them?
Dec
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asked What is “Loan principal”?
May
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accepted What would be the best word to use for the “specificity” of data points?
May
12
comment What would be the best word to use for the “specificity” of data points?
@BraddSzonye: Precision makes sense! Very good suggestion.
May
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asked What would be the best word to use for the “specificity” of data points?
Apr
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comment Is there a word for “a point in time”?
@KitFox: OK, thanks for your help.
Apr
23
accepted Is there a word for “a point in time”?
Apr
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comment Is there a word for “a point in time”?
Won't it be confusing to name the column "timestamp" when the data type is "datetime" and a type called "timestamp" exists? Otherwise I agree with you though
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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comment Is there a word for “a point in time”?
@jwpat7: Thanks for the feedback, I've updated the question.
Apr
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revised Is there a word for “a point in time”?
added 376 characters in body
Apr
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asked Is there a word for “a point in time”?
Jan
18
comment What do I call a number that has a period in it?
@shuangwhywhy: Of course, but what do you call a floating point number that is completely round, so that it can be converted to an integer without losing any information?
Jan
18
comment What do I call a number that has a period in it?
@tanantish: tabulardata.py - See line 480. :-)
Jan
18
comment What do I call a number that has a period in it?
@wim: The main reason for me asking this question was actually a comment I was writing in a Python source file, where I was trying to explain that if the input float variable was "round", it would be converted to an integer.