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> Look at aviation for example: pilots and ATC talk in jargon, acronyms, and abbreviations like it's a completely different dialect of English, anyone who complains that they can't understand would be laughed at and told to keep learning, and that's the way it should be.

Yes, but the jargon and language used is standardized; pilots don't get to put their own twist on e.g. formal communication with the tower when they come in to landing. You don't get to switch to idk, km/h when communicating your airspeed.




Yes, but the jargon and language used is standardized

...so is the ternary operator.




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