sum keywords are commonly used in Python. Is it possible for problems to change their definitions slightly for languages in order to avoid keywords? C++ users probably wouldn't be happy writing a function named
cout; nor Java users, one called
println. I know that it is certainly doable to write and use these functions due to context, but they just feel like poor choices for names.
Can problems please not use keywords as function/variable names?
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