Autocoding evolves from........
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Sun Feb 3 21:16:51 EST 2002
Le 04/02/02 à 00:00, Timothy Rue écrivit:
> On 30-Jan-02 06:52:48 phil hunt <philh at comuno.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
> >On 30 Jan 2002 00:48:40 GMT, Peter Seebach <seebs at plethora.net> wrote:
> >>Anyway, it looks to me like Python is the wrong language for what you want
> >>to do. C# is almost certainly the best choice for this; it's designed for
> >>the kinds of tasks you're looking at,
> >Is Tim trying to lock people in to the Microsoft monopoly, then?
> Why do you make up things by taking things out of context?
> Are you naturally dishonest or do you work at it?
> Autocoding will be a nice thing to have, it'll get rid of all the arrogant
Sure. Just like the 4GL buzz from the 1980ies revolutionized the
software industry. Not.
Other than that, I learnt something because of the thread you started,
namely that my mailer supports message scoring.
,----[ .muttrc_scoring ]
| score '~s .*' 5
| score '~s autocod' =0
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