|Different string format options, benefits? firstname.lastname@example.org (Sean C. Cox) (1991-10-16)|
|String formats email@example.com (1991-11-06)|
|Re: String formats firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-11-08)|
|Re: String formats email@example.com (1991-11-11)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Dale R. Worley)|
|Organization:||MIT Dept. of Tetrapilotomy, Cambridge, MA, USA|
|Date:||Fri, 8 Nov 1991 02:09:22 GMT|
In article 91-11-021 email@example.com (Stavros Macrakis) writes:
Reasonable programming languages let you define your own
representations while allowing higher-level operations to be oblivious to
that representation. This allows you to change representation based on
tuning data and architectural considerations on each installation.
To get full value out of this idea, you should be able to specify the
representation on a variable-by-variable basis. After all, there's no
reason that one string variable is used the same way as another.
Dale Worley Dept. of Math., MIT firstname.lastname@example.org
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