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On Wednesday, December 31, 2003, at 06:59  PM, Gary Shannon wrote:
> In Chomp, the language of intelligent machines:
> Assert
> (
>    country< S, MOD:Of( pronoun( 1S ))>.Resemble
>    (
>       flower<SA>,
>       PRESENT
>    ),
>    CAUSE:pronoun(country<S>).Born
>    (
>       MOD:
>       [
>          TEMP:morning<S,each>,
>          LOC:Between( sky, sea )
>       ]
>    )
> )

So, do they need to compile each statement before understanding it?
Or do they have some kind of mechanism of understanding statements as
they are being built?


-Stephen (Steg)
  "i'm not the one who's so far away
   when I feel the snake bite enter my veins
   never did I wanna be here again
   and I don't remember why I came..."
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