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Erik Haake
Erik Haake
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Naming of method at 3:14 in video Prepositional vs Grammatical Phrases

I'm still a bit confused as to the rationale for the naming of said method:

func move(toPosition position: Int)

It seems to me that it would make more sense if the method was named

func moveTo(position: Int) 

since it is clear to me that you would pass in an array index as an Int value (coming from C, C++).

Is it because Int is a fundamental type and therefore doesn't give enough contextual information as to the purpose of the argument? What if the argument type was IndexPath?