Re: A Plain English Compiler

Louis Krupp <lkrupp@pssw.nospam.com.invalid>
17 Feb 2006 16:56:53 -0500

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From: Louis Krupp <lkrupp@pssw.nospam.com.invalid>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 17 Feb 2006 16:56:53 -0500
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References: 06-02-122
Keywords: administrivia
Posted-Date: 17 Feb 2006 16:56:52 EST

danrzeppa@gmail.com wrote:
> Well, I speak english, and I found this compiler at www.osmosian.com
> that actually lets me use regular english sentences to program. I
> didn't have to learn any cryptic syntax or weird combinations of
> puncuation. It's just plain english.
>
> It compiles to native Windows Executables and was written entirely in
> itself (Plain English). It's pretty cool.


I'm sure it's cool, but are *you* sure you just "found this compiler
at www.osmosian.com"? The WHOIS information for osmosian.com lists
"Dan Rzeppa" as the administrative and technical contact.


Louis



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