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> At 11:05 AM 12/4/2002 -0700, Uche Ogbuji wrote:
> > > I still don't understand this point. Could someone please illustrate with
> > > an example that uses several kinds of software processing data that uses
> > > datatypes, and showing how the presence of datatypes in that data prevents
> > > it from being used except in "specific tools, environments, and
> > situations"?
> > >
> > > Please be as concrete as possible.
> >Sorry, but right after vacation, I have no time to rise to this bait.
> >We've had this conversation *numerous* times before. In fact, I'd say it's a
> >bona fide perma-thread.
> Pointers to concrete examples in the previous discussions would be quite
> I agree that this has been a perma-thread. I don't recall many concrete
> examples, and that's what I'm asking for, but I could be wrong, and I am
> more than happy to look at any examples people can point me to.
Of course you're wrong. You've made a litany in all such threads here of
wailing that no one is providing any details. Inevitably, you've either
ignored the numerous details that are contributed, or your end of the thread
peters out pretty quickly after they are posted. Maybe your understanding of
"concrete" and "details" differs from mainstream interpretations?
I am weary of the game, and I'm not playing it. The archives don't lie, and
I'm not one to do your homework for you.
Uche Ogbuji Fourthought, Inc.
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