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fooBar vs. opFooBar
I've noticed in the documentation that there are a number of functions with similar names such as
opSplitPart. I looked at
splitPartin the standard library and all it does is wrap one thing in a
qOwnerPartquery and call
opSplitPart. Is it preferred to use one over the other? Are there different situations where one is more appropriate?