One of the things I do is teaching people how to code and I love it. However, something I do not like, is that often (twice a week or so), people start conversations like this:
how r u sir
sir , can u help me
can u show me how i can do dis
pls saaaar , help me 4 free
I found that most of these guys are Indians (or at least, from this geographical area). I do love Indians (and all people in general), but I really do not like this type of writing.
The closest thing I found is Indian English:
Indian English is any of the forms of English characteristic of India.
However, I'm pretty sure that Indian English does not include this unpleasant style of writing.
From my experience, the specifics are:
- exaggerated use of
- lowercase letters
- lack of punctuation, but not lack of commas
- commas have a space before and after
What I want to find out is:
- What's the term/name to describe this style?
- How and when did it appear? What's the history about this style?
- Why is
sirso much used?
I do not intend this to be in any way racist or something similar, but I'm just trying to understand why and how.