language tag structure
JFC (Jefsey) Morfin
jefsey at jefsey.com
Mon Jan 17 18:35:02 CET 2005
At 17:05 17/01/2005, Jon Hanna wrote:
>I want to indicate the way the text is written - like in
> > "handwriting".
>How about indicating whether the handwriting is done by someone in a good
>mood or not, and whether they're taking pains or scribbling quickly. After
>all I'm sure someone needs it!
Probably less than knowing if the writer had one paint or two, Harp or
Teasing apart: banking and security control. PDAs, morphing, languages with
no printed scripts. optical reading, etc. But here I was referring to my
use of "ing" in my "scripting" usage, when trying to convey an added value
in copying the word "handwriting". Peter Constable understood it well.
Now, your teasing, reminds me a discussion in 1984 about the compared
merits of the dumb X.121 ISO scheme - with its permitted 32 digits - and
the brilliant IPv4 4 digits addressing schemes. No one would ever need more
than 4 digits numbers organized in blocks so well !!! 32 hexa are 128
bits. Which make the /128 IPv6 block.
After all I'm someone needs it, actually I am sure someone needs much more
today: something named openness and innovation capacity.
Anyway, I therefore take that you have no addition and no compatibility
problem. Accepted. Thank you.
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