I'm writing documentation for my data analysis framework, and there are classes Histogram and Graph. I document a function that transforms one Histogram to one Graph as
Transform a Histogram to Graph
and I'm not sure whether it is better to use "Graph" with or without an article here.
I searched for examples with 'int' and 'float', and get contradicting results:
To convert an integer to a float
how to convert int to float
I understand they might be non-native speakers.
When I Google, it suggests
People also ask How do you convert an int to a float?
I think that article usage may depend on the frequency of the word's usage (so for int and float it might be different than for my types; but if I assume that users are familiar with my framework?..).
I understand that my question of the programming types might be very narrow, but would be glad for a comprehensive general case it is probably part of. Are articles in programming a local jargon; should I use the "programming convention" (if that exists), or the "grammatically correct" variant (if that exists)?
P.S. Feel free to correct articles in my question, I'm not a native speaker :)