When they ask, what is this written in?

Neal Campbell nealk3nc at gmail.com
Mon Dec 1 18:24:19 EST 2008

To end the thread, my final answer is
"In my office"

Neal Campbell
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On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 6:03 PM, Robert Brenstein <rjb at robelko.com> wrote:
> On 01/12/08 at 14:22 -0800 Richmond Mathewson apparently wrote:
>> Dear Robert Brenstein, there was no "apparently" about things, I wrote
>> what I wrote.
>> However, just to throw another spanner in the works:-
>> The very few times people ask me how I make my programs I state that I
>> use:
>> "Runtime Revolution, a complete programming package."
>> No 'language', 'IDE', 'GUI', and so on, os mentioned; probably because
>> most people seem perfectly satisfied with that answer. The few who are not
>> satisfied get treated to 30 minutes of my demonstrating RR, and 30 minutes
>> while I go away and let them play with RR. The end result is either
>> "Wow!" or "I don't understand how computers work anyway."
> Having a separate name for the language does not change any of the above.
>> As I have spent 90% of my adult life outwith my country of origin
>> the word 'Transcript' will always be linked in my mind with standing in
>> queues at embassies and various other state institutions with academic
>> transcript with stamps, seals, apostils and much, much more.
>> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
> Considering the audience of the language, I doubt that many people have such
> a connotation.
> r
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