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Right Thing

/rīt thiŋ/

n. That which is compellingly the correct or appropriate thing to use, do, say, etc. Often capitalized, always emphasized in speech as though capitalized. Use of this term often implies that in fact reasonable people may disagree.

"What's the right thing for LISP to do when it sees '(mod a 0)'? Should it return 'a', or give a divide-by-0 error?"

Oppose Wrong Thing.