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Re: hardcode.pgm anomaly--third try
- Subject: Re: hardcode.pgm anomaly--third try
- From: Harry Binswanger hb@xxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 21:17:59 -0400
Patricia,I don't see any real problem here. Just modify my program to make the kind
of change you want. E.g., se // then erase that and put in the value
of counter0, period, counter1, period,counter2, period, counter3. You want
I should write it for you?
--HarryAll you need to do is to change my program, or write a new one, that keeps
a counter for each of C0 through C14 and then increment each counters when
it is hit.
Harry Binswanger wrote:
Do you need to do anything more complicated than what I did in my tiny
program. As I said in an earlier post, If all you want to do is change DC
tags into their numbers, a simple-minded program to do that is:
That Xyquest's Hardcode is overkill is, I suspect, true. But (and I have
to look more closely at the code) I think yours is way to simple. Look, I
use heavily nested ACs, sometimes 6 or 7 deep. Plus a Chapter counter. And
(at least im my grammar magnum opus) also have written-out counters (One,
Two, Three, etc), for which the top-level counters get reset.
Just to give you an idea:
Part One: The Parts of Speach
Chapter : The Verb
Properties of Verbs
The Present Tense
and so on.Now I almost always use the decimal style of numbering (1, 1.1, 1.1.1,
etc; I think I heard somewhere that Wittgenstein introduced that schema in
Tractatus?) But others might prefer the more traditional I, A, 1, a, i.
And DC is the command you give to set them up; it's C1, C2, etc that you
use to invoke them.
Patricia M. Godfrey