So you think you are confused by the z’s? Well, you’re not. If you are reading this, then you are simply curious! (Or well, is there even a difference between the two?) The reason is simple, the PL that I mentioned in the Whypythonz post has gotten the codename zyntax, and the z acts as an indicator of a dimension of some sort, e.g.:

integerz => integer[]

No specific reason for that, other than beginner’s simplicity, since the trailing letter z appears rather rarely in contrast to the trailing letter s in an everyday peace of software, so this would be easier to parse 🙂


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