[plt-scheme] What does PLT stand for?

From: Paulo Jorge de Oliveira Cantante de Matos (pocm at netvisao.pt)
Date: Sat Feb 21 07:10:19 EST 2004

On Sat, 2004-02-21 at 10:22, Terrence Brannon wrote:
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> My guess is "Principles of Learning and Teaching"

I think I've seen a thread like this before around here. Where somebody
said: "Stands for itself." The funny thing is I tried to find the thread
in the archives through google and I found another page... heh

Where it says:
"Q    Why is the course called PLT and what does PLT stand for?

A   PLT is the abbreviation of Professional Legal Training.  PLT is a
requirement of the NSW Legal Practitioner’s Admission Board (LPAB).  The
course is actually called the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and it
is a postgraduate coursework program.  We call it PLT simply because it
is an easier way of referring to the course."

heh :D nice, isn't it?



Paulo J. Matos : pocm [_at_] mega . ist . utl . pt
Instituto Superior Tecnico - Lisbon
Computer and Software Eng. - A.I.
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        -> God had a deadline...
                So, he wrote it all in Lisp!

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