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Re: Discrepancies : No-gru

himalayanpussycat ("himalayanpussycat" <maryannehanna@...>) on August 5, 2007

Many thanks for the response. Your program is very nice and your web site = is excellent. I see that you have done a lot of work especially on xml. Fo= rgive me for being ignorant but using your program how can I find the Lati= n or Greek equivalent for a particular Glosa word?

What I’m quibbling ov= er is mainly the fact that some Glosa words do not seem to have come from = either Latin or Greek as is claimed in Glosa. (And I understand that modi= fying words means modifying your program)

PS: Is the Glosa dictionary i= n a database? Does the server provide some kind of database program?

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Poli gratia de reakti. Tu programa es fo gluko e tu reti-lo es exc= ele. Mi logi; qo tu pa mega ergo idio pro xml. Pardo mi de es nuli-ski; se= d per uti tu programa, qo-mode mi pote detekti u Latino alo Greko eqivalu = pro idio Glosa verba?

De-qo mi fatuo protesta es major u faktu; qo plu G= losa verba ne feno gene de alo Latino alo Greko; anti-co gene pretende in = Glosa. (E mi logi; qo vari verba semani vari tu programa)

PG: Qe Glosa = verba-lista es in data-basi? Qe u servi-me ofere uno-speci data-basi progr= ama?

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