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azure
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"[variable, type string, name myvariable1]"

So you want to make code longer...... check.If your unwilling to learn a few symbols. And i mean there really arent that many. then programming is just not for you.

if you dont know english, you cant i assume you meant can instead of cant.(otherwise your stupiderer than you seem) keep up with medical science

So since i know english i know what fistula or pleurisy is?...... your a **** idiot


you are obviously a ****, stop polluting threads and go back to your ****, where ****, ****

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that is funny about the English and Medical Science. Since the FDA, FCC and all other Federal Regulations in the USA hold back medical research ALL other countries are more advanced than us drugs for treatments and ways of solving problems. (I know this for a fact as my wife as a disease that the drugs for it in the US do nothing. but in other countries they have more soultions and ways of making the life better for people with it).
i mean really now. just Google/Bing search things before you make a blanket statment like that.

“Any American who’s had a hip or knee replacement is standing on French innovation. Deep-brain stimulation to treat depression is a Canadian breakthrough. Many of the wonder drugs promoted endlessly on American television, including Viagra, come from British, Swiss or Japanese labs.”

and the studies/drugs/research were not printed in English first in Sweeden and Japan...


you totally misunderstood what I said, and I will just point it out in a few words:

I didnt say all advances are from USA, I said all advances are published in english language
DBS, hip replacement, or whatever else you mention are not from americans, but they are published in english! (ofcourse you omit many advances that originate from USA)

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you totally misunderstood what I said, and I will just point it out in a few words:

I didnt say all advances are from USA, I said all advances are published in english language
DBS, hip replacement, or whatever else you mention are not from americans, but they are published in english! (ofcourse you omit many advances that originate from USA)

your exact words YOU typed were:

if you dont know english, you cant keep up with medical science

Now tell me how did I read that totally wrong?
Nor did I omit anything about the US publications.. i was just writting back about you saying you have to know English, and pointed out that there are Many countries with Medical publication that are not printed in English first.... and isnt that what Google Translate is for now anyways? lol
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Have you looked at the nubAHK project? In any case, what we're talking about here isn't so much programming, but communication. You are suggesting a language so that you can communicate with the computer in your terms. The issue will become: who's style of communication do you use? Language/terminology/communication can be different in a single household, let alone different states/regions/continents. Take for instance the Bible - how many translations are there. That's why simple commands/functions cut down on the communication barriers - less words, less room for different interpretations.

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it's the first time I look at nubAHK
I don't like nubAHK's name (ok, i understand it's for fun)
I do like very much it's slogan "keep it simpler"
I think i will contribute, if there is available position and if i can contribute something

anyway, this is an on-going discussion: subjects like end-user programming, etc are very interesting in my opinion
i would like to see everyone to be able to program and create stuff, fast and easy
ofcourse even ahk serves this purpose

CoScripter is an excellent example of this approach

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Hi, I've just gogled something and I found this forum/your topic. It's interesting. If you are still interested in that let me put something new.

 

Inform is not programming language but use English with only few symbols (I have done few tutorials and I have seen only few). Here is some example: http://inform7.com/l...ex402.html#e402 Grey color - comment, blue - code. 

 

Renpy, on other hand, is for Visual novels: http://www.renpy.org...l#a-simple-game

 

Language like Basic, Ada, Pascal, Java use a some symbols but are very verbose so you may like it.

 

Osmosian language maybe your cup of tea. Here is a link: http://www.osmosian.com

 

 

Well, you can check Ruby. It's not as verbose as Java but I think you can write Ruby code without too much symbols. There are exceptions, but you don't have to use parenthesis for methods (meth(argument) as meth argument ), you can use do... end instead of curly braces ( {} ). 




def function
  yield
end

function do
  puts 42
  puts "Bye world"
end

# 42
# Bye World

And one of the esoteric language: lolcodehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOLCODE

Obviously, you don't want to use it for something serious.