Turns out I must think a lot about words, since I found my self at it again. This time? The word is, inverse.
Obviously the antonym of inverse cant be verse since the English would language never rely on context to establish the meaning of a word.
According to the magnanimous synonym.com, it depends on the context, so it could either be direct or reverse.
When your “on the command line” or “in the shell” why is that no standard help operator? The lack of standardization can become really annoying
Some need –help, some like ? other a simple -h will do.
Granted, it’s not something that you run into everyday, but when it’s late in the evening, nothing can be more annoying when you just need to double check an operator on some obscure litte program.
While eating lunch today I found myself in deep thought and wondered since one could be infallible, could someone else be fallible?
Turns out yes, the direct antonym for infallible just happens to be fallible – not a coincidence I’m sure.