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Will this thing really be called "thenable"? Has nobody suggested a better name?



The well known name of this behaviour is "thenable" and i think it's best to stick with well-known.


My first thought was, "What's a nable?" Then I figured it must be "then-able", but even after that I still accidentally read it as "th enable" as well. Weird, weird name.




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