Wow. some immense food for thought.
AFAICS, external grammar seems to be in order, the reasons
seem logical. English is too ambiguous, and from my
experience, zip/infocomm is too hard for non-coders to
Grammar then is a big part of the devel.
I'm hearing from CB opinions that a web browser client in
java, or just plain HTML might be a better client at start
than Perl/Tk. Fair enough.
Thanks all for your input.
Jay "Yohimbe" Thorne, alpha geek for
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