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The URL to post that contains C++ in the subject are mangled as C.

I really like the feature that appends the mangled title to the post id since it enable to fast-read it.

But often I get fooled by a link being mangled as C and the original title means C++, or C# like this one : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1753189/c-multiple-types-in-one-declaration-error that means "C++ multiple types in one declaration error" ?

Would it be possible to include a sort of "stop-words" that would be specially mangled ?

For example c++ would be mangled to cpp, c# to csharp, ...

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stackoverflow.com/questions/1753189/… - works! :) – Ladybug Killer Nov 18 '09 at 9:37
    
I know. I just don't want to have to edit them manually when copy/pasting... – Steve Schnepp Nov 18 '09 at 9:40
    
@John Smithers: of course, because the url is shortened, we don't see how your link is different until we hover. :) – Kip Nov 18 '09 at 15:37
    
Just click it, Kip :) – Ladybug Killer Nov 19 '09 at 10:10
    
I think you meant c# to dflat.... – user164291 Mar 28 '12 at 20:51

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