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comment The ( changed ) meaning or classification of words in programming
@ragah9 - what do you mean no one will see ?? how do you recon that UI are made ? by magic ? I have a surprise for you, they are made with CODE . Take a look at this very website here .. how many strings do you think are in the code ?
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comment The ( changed ) meaning or classification of words in programming
I did not posted this question to discuss programming methodology, but language . How to treat those strings of language that might have a ( correct ) meaning in a certain context but are grammatically ( or spelling wise ) wrong .
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comment The ( changed ) meaning or classification of words in programming
@horatio - I am using an IDE , and syntax highlighter has nothing to do with the question. Even NP++ that you yourself mentioned has a built in spell Checker. I believe that either you have never released a software, or you misunderstood the question... How else should one spell check 20,000 different translatable strings ???
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accepted Adjective or noun when referring to plural citizenship
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comment Adjective or noun when referring to plural citizenship
ok, that can be logic when talking about people, but what about book, food, art ? and what if I am not a part of the group "they are Italians " and not "we are Italians"
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comment Adjective or noun when referring to plural citizenship
thanks for the answer, but IMHO, men and male are totally different concepts - and they are as an example also different from my example in the question. men as a word integrates several "ingredients" and "concepts" to form a new one (such as Age, Sex..). "we are all male" and "we are all men" can describe a very different situation. (think of a room full with male children, and a room full of grown men)
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comment Adjective or noun when referring to plural citizenship
I understand - and in case of a PERSON nationality it can be satisfactory, but what if i talk a bout a book, or food ? I would assume "Those Drinks/Books are Italian" is the correct one, but your answer, if i correctly understand it , suggest that if the emphasis is on the "personhood" (as such not exist exactly for abook) , I would use "Italians" ?? (when stressing not the nationality , but the "spirit" .. like painting, taste form of art etc - which nationality is not "italian" but have the "italian spirit" inside ..
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