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Mar
24
comment Concatenate vs. Catenate
Side note: Okasaki, in his famous Purely functional data structures book, consistently uses "catenate", but it's indeed one of the rare examples I have ever come by.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
Sure; I was curious whether there was a single word for this though. The other answers are fine.
Mar
12
accepted A word for “someone you meet with”
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
Regarding "visitor", doesn't that suggest that they are coming? If I have a meeting with my lawyer at 2PM, I can't really call them my "visitor", right?
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
That's nice, I didn't know meeting could be used in the same way as appointment.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
In other words: I'm not going to reject a suggestion because I can't use it to name a variable at all; it's the fact that I was trying to name a variable that made me realize I didn't know a proper word.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
The naming was really more of a pretext than the real reason and that's why I didn't mention it in the question. I've upvoted the answer with "attendee" because it sounds like a nice fit for my question; other suggestions that I have "rejected" I did mostly because they didn't fit in the "general meeting" question.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
@Mari-LouA: You might also just meet them for dinner, and everyone pays for themselves. You don't need to be paying for them, and that's what guest seems to suggest to me.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
Isn't conferee specific to conferences? Pretty word though
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
Attendee sounds nice indeed, although it does suggest a large meeting.
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
Doesn't that suggest that the guest is coming to your office/place? If you meet them in a neutral place (say a cafe), are they your guest? "guess" seems to suggest that you are inviting them, is that incorrect?
Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
I should probably have given a bit more context. I do need a word, not an alternate phrasing. It's in a programming context; I have a "Meeting" class with a field that describes the person that the user is meeting. I'm looking for a name for that field.
Mar
12
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Mar
12
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Mar
12
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
@FumbleFingers: It's a programming context. A Meeting class with a field that describes the person that the user is meeting. I'm looking for a name for that field.
Mar
12
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Mar
11
comment A word for “someone you meet with”
On second thought, perhaps "other party" would do? Sounds a bit formal though.
Mar
11
asked A word for “someone you meet with”
Feb
12
accepted Differences between “very” and “very much” as adjective modifiers
Feb
9
asked Differences between “very” and “very much” as adjective modifiers