There exist some people who have difficulty learning the Python programming language and some people who do not have such difficulties.
When teaching students, it's useful to explain that the Python function having the name
repr uses an abbreviation of the English word
What is a useful noun or verb, for the word
Specifically, within the context of Python programming, the word "representation" has a meaning which is an amalgamation of the following phrases:
"write this down in notation some words and punctuation marks which can be used to rebuild the object tomorrow, next month, or at a future time.".
"represent the data in human-readable text"
Some people might vote to close my question because there's debate among computer programmers as to whether text for people to read should be unabridged (verbose) or abridged (shortened).
I've usually read that:
str(string) is used for abbreviated text.
repr(representation) for saving data as unabridged, full, entire, passages of text.
In this post, I'm more interested in Russian words older children would understand for representation.
Russian words can always be compiled by computers into abbreviations of English words. The python interpreter requires standardized abbreviations of English words.
However, if it assists in translation, optional reading is provided here:
At least one Russian word or phrase for writing might be sufficient; I'll let the voting system on Stack Exchange be the judge of which word for representation is the best to use in the context of computer programming and representations of data.