Steven D'Aprano <steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info> writes:
> (1) Separate T K and INTER syllables.
> But the problem with that is that there's very little (but not none
> whatsoever) precedence for sounding out letters individually in
> English words.
It's not an English word. Yet we are still called upon to pronounce it.
> Hence that should really be spelled:
> which looks hideous.
There is plenty of precedent for pronouncing other initialisms. When
they don't make a nice word (i.e. when they are not an acronym), we
tend to spell them out for clear communication.
That's IMO support for ?tee kay inter? pronunciation of ?Tkinter?.
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