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"Jared Daniel J. Smith" <linux@trios.org> wrote:
[...]
>constants=konstants
>konstants is German; is this intentional?
[...]
>invocation=invokation
>invokation is German; is this intentional?

Both may look German (since they have the 'k' instead of an 'c') but
they seem more like Germanisms:
'constant' is (as a noun) "Konstante", the plural is "Konstanten"
(see e.g. http://dict.leo.org/?p=T8PXU.&search=constants).
'invokation' is absolutely not-existing in German, see
http://dict.leo.org/?p=T8PXU.&search=invocation. In case of function
one would use "Aufruf" (similar to "call a function").

Bernd, getting somewhat off-topic
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