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Of the metasyntactic variables, which are generally used as placeholders when describing a system, or as temporary names for works-in-progress, "foo" and "bar" are probably the two most popular, followed closely by "baz".

For instance, it could be described that a function "foo" takes two integer arguments, "bar" and "baz", and "foo" returns their sum. In doing so, metasyntactics have been used to describe a concept wherein the actual names are of little importance.

Read more on metasyntactics (history, etc).

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