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Hi Bob,
 
Hi Bob,
  
no problems with your suggestions - I hope I did not destroy too much of your work on Sunday morning!
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no problems with your suggestions on the picture and comments - I hope I did not destroy too much of  
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your work on Sunday morning!
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I was not sure if DIRECTIVE is a word that a normal user (not a programmer) understands. A directive
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is used as a special preprocessing statement to a compiler. Now what is a compiler? What is a
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preprocessor? Who is preprocessing these statements? The user does not have to know about all that
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programming slang. I thought everyone knows what a keyword is.
  
 
73 de Ben, DL6RAI
 
73 de Ben, DL6RAI

Revision as of 18:49, 26 March 2007

Hi Bob,

no problems with your suggestions on the picture and comments - I hope I did not destroy too much of your work on Sunday morning!

I was not sure if DIRECTIVE is a word that a normal user (not a programmer) understands. A directive is used as a special preprocessing statement to a compiler. Now what is a compiler? What is a preprocessor? Who is preprocessing these statements? The user does not have to know about all that programming slang. I thought everyone knows what a keyword is.

73 de Ben, DL6RAI