Hi,

In message "Re: RCR: Stack, Queue alias methods in Array"
    on 02/11/27, Martin DeMello <martindemello / yahoo.com> writes:

|Well, it may not be intuitively obvious if you're not thinking in terms
|of stacks, but all that that would need would be for the documentation
|to say "the top of the array when viewed as a stack, i.e. the element
|that 'pop' would return". It's not confusing in the sense that one would
|keep forgetting what it meant and having to look it up (and not nearly
|as confusing as rassoc, for instance). Again, if you weren't thinking in
|terms of stacks, the usual way to visualise an array is horizontally, so
|you'd never use 'top'. It just plugs the hole in the stack abstraction
|neatly.

"top" is too generic.  One can think of arbitrary edge of an array,
and I'm afraid too many guess wrong side.  I did, for example.


							matz.