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July 25, 2005

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I'll Probably Learn Eventually

When dealing with variables, it's always X, then Y. Ditto for coordinate systems. Likewise, it's (for me, anyway) always width, then height. And finally, it's latitude, then longitude.

Except that last one's a problem. Latitude's a Y, not an X. Things like databases tend to be less than useful when they're expecting something between -65 and -125 (longitudes for the continental US), and instead get something between 25 and 50 (latitudes for same). In fact, they usually don't do much of anything at all, and tick off the idiot developer who made the mistake in the process.

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