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PostPosted: Thu 23 Jun 2005, 23:43    Post_subject:  Gimmee da Kode  

I was trying to code XML (well XUL actually) in Beaver but it did not seem to colour code?

Maybe something is available in tcl (I needed an editor anyways)
- so I looked here . . . http://www.koders.com/

[ahem . . .] perhaps i should explain . . .

Once upon a time (and this is a true story)
a mad cructacaean (that's me folks!) needed a quantum computer language. Despite the fact that quantum computers are not readily available even in special projects, was no drawback. After all a language can be designed for a theoretical processor. Now certain components would be required, one of which is an OS. That would be Puppy.
An advanced computing language would require an intermediary step from which to bootstrap from.

Enter ASQ
for programmers
for non-programmers

The End
. . . is just a beginning . . . Cool

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