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    cccheng is offline Newbie
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    What do they mean "labor over" and "twist" in the following context ?

    There are many variations on the MVC pattern. The following discussion will not labor over the precise academic or historical definitions of each possible twist on MVC.  

    What do they mean "labor over" and "twist" in the above context ?

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    Re: What do they mean "labor over" and "twist" in the following context ?

    Quote Originally Posted by cccheng View Post
    There are many variations on the MVC pattern. The following discussion will not labor over the precise academic or historical definitions of each possible twist on MVC.  

    What do they mean "labor over" and "twist" in the above context ?

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    Vincent
    To labor over = To work on something. Examples: He labored over the building of the boat. Do not labor over the writing of the essay.
    Twist = Possible ways a thing can be done. Examples: There were many twists in the story. Building a car with five wheels would be a new twist on an old idea.

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    Re: What do they mean "labor over" and "twist" in the following context ?

    Thanks Gillnetter!

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