From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 1999-12-10 12:16:30
At 08:53 AM 12/10/99 -0600, Ed Brey wrote:
>4. "normalise" is misspelled, should be "normalize".
I asked Andy Koenig (Project Editor for the C++ Standard) about this.
Here is his reply:
Beman> In the standard, how do you resolve spelling differences
Beman> American and UK usage?
Andy> The project editor is most familiar with American usage,
Andy> and ISO permits it, so that's what I've tried to use.
Beman> The specific case was "normalize" vs "normalise" as a member
Andy> The standard uses "normalize".
Andy> Incidentally, I have seen ISO refer to "standardization" on its
It is up to Paul to decide; it is his submission.
My own preference is that we follow the standard unless there is a
strong reason not.
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