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     JSON - (admin) - (19)
         That language is included in the first paragraph. - (folkert) - (10)
             Not the one *I'm* thinking of... -NT - (admin) - (9)
                 Hmmm... - (folkert) - (8)
                     Re: Hmmm... - (admin) - (7)
                         migosh. - (folkert) - (1)
                             Re: migosh. - (admin)
                         Its not plists though - (tuberculosis) - (4)
                             Re: Its not plists though - (admin) - (3)
                                 Re: Its not plists though - (tuberculosis) - (2)
                                     If that's the only change it's easy enough to make. -NT - (admin) - (1)
                                         Not sure that's the only one - (tuberculosis)
         I give up. - (FuManChu) - (4)
             ? - (admin) - (3)
                 It's a data format that has to be parsed by code. - (FuManChu) - (2)
                     Every data format has to be parsed. - (admin) - (1)
                         I'm misleading myself - (FuManChu)
         I may be missing something - (drewk) - (2)
             Re: I may be missing something - (admin) - (1)
                 We just did this today - (drewk)
     repository versioning software - (folkert) - (5)
         It's cheaper at Bookpool. ;-) Can you elaborate? - (Another Scott) - (1)
             It isn't perfect. - (folkert)
         "1.4GB array"? Maybe you meant 1.4 *T* B...? HTH! -NT - (CRConrad) - (2)
             Ooops, yeah. 1.4TB array. - (folkert)
             At least he didn't say 1.4Mb. -NT - (static)
     What the heck is text? - (systems) - (56)
         It depends on the context. - (Another Scott) - (2)
             Unicode and ASCII - (StevenYap) - (1)
                 Re: Unicode and ASCII - Nitpick II - (jb4)
         you are confusing text with display - (boxley) - (12)
             Uhhh..Not quite, Bill - (jb4) - (11)
                 And that is one thing that sucks about Unicode - (ben_tilly) - (9)
                     At least they're consistent - (jb4) - (8)
                         But it is a problem - (ben_tilly)
                         Except for that full width/half width ascii thing - (tuberculosis) - (5)
                             I dunno... - (jb4)
                             My personal take on it - (jake123) - (3)
                                 Perhaps, but it makes searching tricky - (tuberculosis) - (2)
                                     Well, if it was an easy problem - (jake123)
                                     ICLRPD (new thread) - (jb4)
                         Have you all seen the HUGE unicode poster? - (FuManChu)
                 close enough to debug a table entry :-) - (boxley)
         Text is not as simple as it seems - (ben_tilly)
         This is one thing that Java handles pretty well - (bluke)
         Rule #1 - Everything you think you know is wrong - (tuberculosis) - (29)
             Why xenophobic? - (drewk) - (28)
                 Because they didn't think... - (pwhysall)
                 Because if they had spent any time at all - (tuberculosis) - (25)
                     Now how about addressing my example - (drewk) - (17)
                         The best explanation that I've seen of why 2 digits... - (ben_tilly)
                         No, but they were xenophobic etc - (jake123) - (15)
                             xenophobic's probably the wrong word - (SpiceWare) - (14)
                                 Yeah, you're right - (jake123) - (13)
                                     How about "escessively humble"? - (drewk) - (4)
                                         Look, the point about the two digits for a year is well - (jake123) - (1)
                                             Disagree - (jb4)
                                         Maybe... - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                                             How about simply "provincial". - (a6l6e6x)
                                     The people who coded for teletypes and green terminals - (Arkadiy) - (7)
                                         Yes, a typographer - (jake123) - (3)
                                             Internationalization would not have been so easy - (ben_tilly)
                                             Text layout in 80 by 24 grid of monspaced font? - (Arkadiy) - (1)
                                                 Phone books back then - (jake123)
                                         Please don't use the letter "e" in your code. - (pwhysall) - (2)
                                             I certainly used to do without "e" - (Arkadiy)
                                             I couldn't use "e" either ... - (JimWeirich)
                     Oh, come ON already - (jb4) - (6)
                         The C++ standard i18n library is awful - (tuberculosis) - (5)
                             Dont know ICU - (jb4) - (4)
                                 ICLRPD (new thread) - (drewk)
                                 You can find it here - (tuberculosis) - (2)
                                     Time line? - (jb4) - (1)
                                         Released in 1988 - (tuberculosis)
                 Actually, Algol 68 was designed from the ground up - (Arkadiy)
         Re: What the heck is text? - (JayMehaffey) - (3)
             I must correct you - ASCII is a 7-bit encoding - (tuberculosis)
             Whoa, there. - (ubernostrum) - (1)
                 Your right mostly - (JayMehaffey)
         Using a pencil, it's unambiguous. -NT - (mmoffitt) - (3)
             You haven't seen my handwriting.... -NT - (Another Scott) - (2)
                 Uh-oh. I wouldn't confess that ;0) - (mmoffitt) - (1)
                     My father's handwriting was so bad... - (broomberg)
     Evil COBOL question - (broomberg) - (19)
         Somewhere around 1967? -NT - (ChrisR)
         Isn't COBOL scoped by indentation? - (ben_tilly) - (2)
             No. By "PERIOD" -NT - (broomberg) - (1)
                 A pox upon you for even knowing that. -NT - (mmoffitt)
         MOVE CUCBOM-KIT (BKI) TO OUT-KIT-NAME. - (imric)
         C'mon people - (broomberg) - (11)
             Can't you write a small test program and experiment? -NT - (ben_tilly) - (3)
                 Too ignorant - (broomberg) - (2)
                     Re: Too ignorant - (a6l6e6x) - (1)
                         Nested if... -NT - (imric)
             Periods in COBOL. - (static) - (3)
                 Thanks - (broomberg) - (2)
                     When I said 'I think' - (imric)
                     END-IF is relatively new. - (static)
             You need Meerkat's COBOL-fu. -NT - (pwhysall) - (1)
                 Darnit, I've been a bit slow to catch up :( -NT - (Meerkat)
             Ш сфт щаау - (Arkadiy)
         Dupe - ignore - (broomberg)
         <obCrackMonkey>Ha Ha COBOL</obCrackMonkey> -NT - (pwhysall)
     .NET expert: Microsoft is losing confidence in .NET - (bluke)
     Perl array question - (pwhysall) - (20)
         if (grep {$_ eq $thing} @stuff) {...} - (ben_tilly) - (11)
             Thanks - (pwhysall)
             grep is cool... - (admin) - (5)
                 Sure beats the old way - (FuManChu)
                 my %seen; # Not $seen = (); - (ben_tilly) - (3)
                     *shrug* I got that from the Perl cookbook. - (admin) - (2)
                         Yes it does work. Once. - (ben_tilly) - (1)
                             Nope, you're right. - (admin)
             Why I Needed Something Other Than "grep" - (pwhysall) - (3)
                 You may only need one loop... - (ben_tilly) - (1)
                     And there's the rub. - (pwhysall)
                 Post the code - (broomberg)
         Re: Perl array question - (admin) - (7)
             woooo.... - (folkert)
             "other"? - There's another? -NT - (broomberg) - (5)
                 Yes. Ruby. -NT - (ben_tilly) - (4)
                     No, that's the *other* other one. -NT - (admin) - (3)
                         You like TCL?? -NT - (ben_tilly) - (2)
                             Not without a ring, Mister. -NT - (admin) - (1)
                                 You prefer to take DOS to bat? -NT - (ben_tilly)
     ~OT: MS shipping applications. - (Another Scott) - (5)
         Gimme a break - (Arkadiy) - (4)
             Exactly. - (Another Scott)
             MS was expected to take care of that - (JayMehaffey) - (2)
                 .NET is part of XP sp1 - (Arkadiy) - (1)
                     Quite correct! - (folkert)
     Because I can :-P - (ben_tilly) - (29)
         ... -NT - (admin)
         Make it stop, it hurts! -NT - (Yendor)
         Ick! -NT - (tuberculosis) - (3)
             It could be worse... - (ben_tilly) - (2)
                 It could be raining? -NT - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                     That's always possible in Seattle. :-P -NT - (ben_tilly)
         Omniscient LRPD: His skill is being wasted. -NT - (broomberg) - (4)
             The tricks that he does are ever so clever. -NT - (ben_tilly) - (3)
                 Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione. -NT - (admin) - (2)
                     It's a trick. Get an axe. -NT - (folkert)
                     It's like watching someone try to explain quantum physics... - (ben_tilly)
         You should send this ... - (static)
         Hofstadter! - (Ashton)
         Because that didn't have enough parentheses - (ben_tilly) - (14)
             Re: Because that didn't have enough parentheses - (admin) - (4)
                 Glad to see that I had the desired effect ;-) -NT - (ben_tilly) - (2)
                     You ALWAYS have the desired effect. - (pwhysall) - (1)
                         Till-AAAYYYY!! -NT - (drewk)
                 Sounds like a Little League (baseball) game... -NT - (jb4)
             This reminds me of the Shapes examples. - (static) - (3)
                 Nope. - (admin) - (2)
                     Ah - I was thinking of DOS batch. -NT - (static)
                     You did DOS batch, too? Dang, *I* was gonna do that... :-( -NT - (CRConrad)
             I pasted that into vim - (drewk) - (4)
                 Heh. (BTW works fine in my vim) -NT - (ben_tilly) - (2)
                     Uhh ... that whooshing sound you hear ... - (drewk) - (1)
                         I wasn't sure if it might have actually crashed - (ben_tilly)
                 that's OK - (jb4)
         Job security squared! -NT - (tablizer)
     Publishing a directory on the web - (Arkadiy) - (10)
         You want a product or a project? - (drewk) - (1)
             I want to get a job done. - (Arkadiy)
         What do you mean by "topic"? - (FuManChu) - (2)
             The usual schema - (Arkadiy) - (1)
                 You can download it, sure. - (FuManChu)
         Seaside+Postgres - (tuberculosis) - (3)
             Yeah, that's what I was thinking about, after seeing your - (Arkadiy) - (2)
                 I'll send you something this evening - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                     Thanks -NT - (Arkadiy)
         Re: Publishing a directory on the web - (JimWeirich)
     Is this guy right about Spring? - (drewk) - (13)
         Uneducated guess - (ChrisR) - (9)
             Here's what's wrong with it - (drewk) - (8)
                 But there wasn't a subclass for every query. - (admin) - (7)
                     It *is* about the size, then - (drewk) - (6)
                         What that achieves. - (static)
                         Which is this? - (admin) - (4)
                             The jdbc/connection pooling shtuffs - (drewk) - (3)
                                 Re: Ideal world - (admin) - (2)
                                     Right, meant "view or procedure" - (drewk) - (1)
                                         No, those can be tested as well. - (admin)
         Somewhat. - (admin) - (2)
             Is the sample code right? - (drewk) - (1)
                 Fixed. - (admin)
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