Lop Language

A LopLanguage is a language used in programming for naming functions (and variables) consistently. It consists of words (e.g. ThelopWords) and rules (e.g. ThelopRules) to form names (e.g. ThelopNames). The goal of a LopLanguage is to describe functions completely, so that the meaning of some part of sourcecode is immediately understood by the reader.

See also: LanguageOrientedProgramming, ThelopLanguage

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