Here's a question: is it OK to omit parentheses around the argument to a non-standard function?
Like, "sin x = sin(x)" and "log z = log(z)" are common, but what about "f x = f(x)"?
Does the function name need to be more than one letter?
"flop x = flop(x)"
@christianp I'm ok with it, but it's probably because it looks like a curryfied function, which is rather standard in functional programming
@christianp I'd say omitting parentheses would be OK if the function name has more than one letter and, in LaTeX, is set in roman rather than math-italic.
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