Philosophical Multicore

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keyboards comments

Posted by Michael Dickens on June 17, 2008

This page has links to keyboarding stuff, post comments here. Also if the program has an error, copy and paste it here and I’ll try and find the problem. Also if you changed the program, paste the part of the program you changed.


7 Responses to “keyboards comments”

  1. Elena said

    The site is almost unreadable. I understand you know very little HTML, but have you considered using a WYSIWYG HTML editor?

  2. mtgap said

    Sure, I’ll see if I can figure out how to do that.

  3. mtgap said

    I added some paragraphs. Is it better now?

  4. mtgap said

    Someone tried to post this, because he apparently thinks I’m stupid.

    “I’m about to buy Viagra online, but…

    I stumbled across this overseas viagrapharmacy where they sell different kinds of viagra.

    They sell generic viagra and “professional viagra”. I’ve never heard of professional viagra before. I might buy viagra gel caps mixed with herbs, but I don’t know what the heck is in that, really. “Professional Viagra” sounds like something porn stars would use. I don’t know…”

    Everybody laugh at the stupidity!

  5. Frank Martinez said

    In the big trigraphs.rb and allthetrigraphs.rb, You have sequences of trigraph/number pairs. I was wondering to what the numbers refer. Is that the value of how frequently the corresponding trigraph appeared in the textual sample?

    Thanks for all Your hard efforts! I really like this project!

    • What I did was I ran through a bunch of files and counted the number of occurrences of each trigraph. That number is not exactly how many trigraphs there are in the file, since different types of files have different weightings. For example, a single trigraph in a programming file might count as +5, while in a novel it might count as +10. So that number is based on the number of trigraphs, but there is not a direct correlation.

  6. Frank Martinez said

    I suppose the same question applies to the triValues array initialized in trikeys.c.

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