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HanABC: Sorting Chinese Characters by Stroke By Ching Yuan Tseng
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Chinese characters are written with “strokes” of a brush. The HanABC system has classified these different types of strokes using 24 Roman letters. Anyone who knows the proper stroke... More > writing order of a character and the HanABC stroke classification system can write the “Romanization” of that character. Since the Roman alphabet has an established and well known order, HanABC has adopted this alphabetical order to sort Chinese information. This book includes the HanABC Romanizations for 14,515 Chinese characters. HanABC does not require a person to know the traditional radical, the number of strokes or the phonetics of a character. HanABC requires minimal rules, while still efficiently encoding the entirety of Chinese characters. HanABC facilitates quick and easy search in a sorted list. Thus, HanABC would be very well suited to sort dictionaries and telephone books, to index any book, or even for typing Chinese at a computer keyboard.< Less
60 hot to touch Accessible Web Design tips – the tips no web developer can live without! By Jim Byrne
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60 easy to understand, practical tips that can be put to good use when developing your next website. The book covers a wide range of topics, from how to add accessible multimedia to how to ensure... More > the correct character encoding. It is full of examples and links to valuable resources – and written in an accessible style ensuring that it will be of use to web developers at every level. Jim Byrne was a pioneer in the area of web accessibility. He created one of the worlds first web accessibility consultancies in 1996 and was the founder of the Worldwide Guild of Accessible Web Designers.< Less
60 hot to touch Accessible Web Design tips – the tips no web developer can live without! By Jim Byrne
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60 easy to understand, practical tips that can be put to good use when developing your next website. The book covers a wide range of topics, from how to add accessible multimedia to how to ensure... More > the correct character encoding. It is full of examples and links to valuable resources – and written in an accessible style ensuring that it will be of use to web developers at every level. Jim Byrne was a pioneer in the area of web accessibility. He created one of the worlds first web accessibility consultancies in 1996 and was the founder of the Worldwide Guild of Accessible Web Designers.< Less
The Blueprints of Prophecy By Luis Vega
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The purpose of this book, with accompanied charts, is to illustrate the Divine Blueprints of YHVH’s Prophecy as reflected in patterns. These studies propose that such factors as Biblical... More > characters, astronomical occurrences and topography exhibit amazing, never before realized sacred numbers and geometry association. These measurements could also possibly allude to the types and shadows of the ‘Blueprints’ of the whole Redemptive Plan of GOD that the Bible speaks about, past, present and future. The study will seek to establish several points of interest. Among the most prominent ones will be that such Divine Blueprints are in fact a factor of a mathematical countdown to fulfillment of the ‘Blueprint of GOD’s Glory’ and are encoded prophetically within the very fabric of space and time. There will be several types and shadows examined showing YHVH’s Redemptive Plan from the Exodus to Revelation.< Less
EXE TXT By Danny Snelson
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This text is one component of a work entitled EXE TXT. The work clusters around the enclosed composition versioned in both plain text file and print-on-demand format. Additional components include a... More > python script and a complete set of text files released as textwarez by a little database called Textz.com from 2000 until 2004. The EXE TXT composition was written with the aid of the enclosed python script, which extracts sentences containing variants of the strings "text" and "software" from the textwarez collection (including multilingual strings "texte", "testo", and "texto", for example). Line and chapter breaks were introduced by a human editor. Character encoding errors and misreadings have been retained. In this way, EXE TXT queries a latent theorization of executable text within the works once hosted by Textz.com. Generically, it might be identified alternately as a scholarly edition, a fugitive collection, or a poetics of computation.< Less
EXE TXT By Danny Snelson
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This text is one component of a work entitled EXE TXT. The work clusters around the enclosed composition versioned in both plain text file and print-on-demand format. Additional components include a... More > python script and a complete set of text files released as textwarez by a little database called Textz.com from 2000 until 2004. The EXE TXT composition was written with the aid of the enclosed python script, which extracts sentences containing variants of the strings "text" and "software" from the textwarez collection (including multilingual strings "texte", "testo", and "texto", for example). Line and chapter breaks were introduced by a human editor. Character encoding errors and misreadings have been retained. In this way, EXE TXT queries a latent theorization of executable text within the works once hosted by Textz.com. Generically, it might be identified alternately as a scholarly edition, a fugitive collection, or a poetics of computation.< Less