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If you type more, the resulting text should make your code more readable, not less
Verbosity does not imply clarity. Often writing less makes your text more readable ("Je n'ai fait celle-ci plus longue que parce que je n'ai pas eu le loisir de la faire plus courte" Big Grin | :-D ).

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As a mathematician I do understand the advantage of short notation conventions. However, I also understand the problem of others not understanding your notation if they are not familiar with the shorthand notation you are using. So, if within your project team everyone agrees to certain shorthand notations, and actually take the time to document this (in case new members join the team), then the more power to you. Otherwise, just don't do it!
I do agree with you on this (still, I believe that 'i' is a better name than 'index').
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