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Re: Another explanation for dain daiin...
From: Nick Pelling <incoming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Another explanation for dain daiin...
In a text stream (as opposed to a data stream), "copy(-1)" would be very
very rare [ insert self-referential joke here :-) ], but "copy(-2)" and
"copy(-3)" would be very common indeed.
Then: "an" / "ain" / "aiin" would indeed be (as recently suggested)
hidden-in-plain-sight Roman numerals - after "d", they would be encoding
*negative word indices*.
*YES* exactly! :-)
It's EASY enough to hide "numbers", but, if one KEEPS FOLDING, it
becomes cumbersome... I elect/suggest C_C's to hike shift BACK and
KISS or "_Keep _It _Simple _Stupid _Steve" when writing/READING IT.
TOO many FOLDS ("copies" / "duplicates" of a letter/character) or not
only common , but REVERSE (mirrors?) the simple key ITSELF and
becomes harder and harder to keep track of? remember? etc.. Its
always ~easier?~ simpler to reset KEY with (eva t) or ES 'START AGAIN'
| | <--- number 1 (ES start) gallows
| | (f56r is exception but an _extended_ eva t /WITH INSERTS?)
eva t can START (as can ANY (8) gallows characters)
OR BE a character within the KEY!
3 x 3 uses etc...
Hope that helps someone - somewhere..??
? how many times does "eva t" start a page or an obvious paragraph ?
as in RESET KEY HERE! ???
(don't forget It points to any square #2 of a folded KEY also)
Best to all here
steve (still folding "simple/mechanical" the key) ekwall
3 or 9 "MASTER KEY(s)/Pages" covers a LOT!!!