|Subject:||Re: date grief
|Date:||Wed, 20 Dec 2017 07:55:47 +1000
|From:||Bernie van't Hof <email@example.com>
Of course to us looking at it we can see sometimes quotes make no
difference to the outcome. The brain is clever and uses knowledge and
experience to stay out of trouble.
But they ALWAYS matter to a parser, as they prevent their content from
being broken down and parsed.
This discussion is about how pdox's advertised "primitive AI" makes its
rules. Not quite as well as your or I might, it seems. After 35 years
we're still trying to figure it out.
On 19/12/17 11:25 pm, Steven Green wrote:
> Bernie.. the quotes don't matter, unless there's something within the
> quotes that would be misinterpreted without the quotes.. a quote, an
> underscore, something that looks like a date, etc..