ID for language-invariant strings
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Sat Mar 15 08:57:09 CET 2008
Peter Constable wrote:
> Cobol is pretty exceptional in its similarity to a human language.
Most programming languages use English keywords, for REXX I'm sure
that this is an intentional feature, "when", "otherwise", "say",
"pull", "forever", etc. - more than in any other language I know.
>> The answer, in a word, is creeping featurism.
+1 A recipe for taggers trying to get pesonal names right as noted
by Níall (fr / zxx Pierre Desjardins) would help. Michael's example
Everson Mono goes in a similar direction.
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