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I always try to avoid inserting some function name (or class, method, etc.) in the title of the question, but sometimes I just can't.

In those cases, how should I format the function name? For example, should it be

Difference between `mod` and `rem` in Haskell

or just

Difference between mod and rem in Haskell?

There are some scenarios where it is obvious you're including some function name in your question (like Problems with print() Python, etc.), but in my example, it isn't.

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Code formatting does not work in titles, so it's pretty much irrelevant. You can put quotes to make it stick out: Difference between "mod" and "rem" in Haskell? – Shadow Wizard Mar 20 '13 at 9:29

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