> > >
> > > How about  "me" ?
> > 
> > My initial reaction was that it's too much like self. But now that I've given 
> > it some more thought it probably is an excellent choice. 
> > 
> >   1) It's a pronoun
> >   2) It's very short
> >   3) It has some semantic value, i.e. as in (me)thod
> >   4) It not really used for anything else (AFAIK)

     Not seriously floating this (unless everyone loves it) but the
traditional way of referring to the present routine in code reviews (and
even in comments) is "we" as in "we sort the array first, so that when
we look through it we see the likely prospects..."

    -- MarkusQ