... Ok thanks Matt.
It's easy for everybody to use ["_X_=\b(_X_)\b"] code, not to
use module C# code. Who here know C# and have time to learn it?...
How to build with Code Module C# ? (of course if you have time, if
you wish, if, if... It seems so easy for you!):
"I like my daugther Caroline, it's a child, she's 12 years old, brown
hair and she like his dolly"
-All persons with 12 years old are children. (yes because Caroline is
-Little girls like dolly. (yes because Caro is a girl and child)
-All little girls have brown hair (yes because Caro is a girl)
-12 years old is a "young age". (yes because Caro is a child)
Deductions in general:
Little girls, can like dolly, can have brown hair, i like all children
Deductions Caroline special case:
like dolly, brown hair, child, i like Caro
If, brown hair,12 years, like dolly etc
There is a big chance of i'am speaking about Caroline
-Does i like all children? (yes because i like caroline who is a child)
-Does all little girls like dolly (yes).
-Does little boys like dolly? (i don't know)
-Does all children have brown hair? (not sure)
Etc, it's just an easy example.
With conditions and synonyms ["_X_=\b(_X_)\b"] i think i'm able to
build this (in fact i leave because i can use this code in condition)
but with Code Module C# Ed nada
If you have time to give us examples of this kind of Module Code...
I'm sure all the galaxy will thank you, and be sure too i don't keep
that in my little corner, egoistically only for me, you 'll see
samples i built in the ScriptingTutorialX i'm actually build for
the community. This word for me have really a sens/signification.
Very friendly and thanks for you patience.