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reference: basic -> figeasylangs on Aug 15, 12:25 PM
old linkeasylangs on Aug 15, 11:15 AM
thanks michael, peteeasylangs on Aug 14, 2:04 PM
   p.s. even if you are logged in when you post, editing the post isnt possible on this forumeasylangs on Aug 14, 2:06 PM
      * It should be good to go now and with added admin priv to delete posts.Pete on Aug 15, 2:25 AM
         * confirmed; thanks very mucheasylangs on Aug 15, 11:00 AM
a nice feature of fig os: install from one hard drive to anotherAnonymous on Aug 8, 4:37 PM
data and command frequency on a large collection of fig programsAnonymous on Aug 6, 11:37 PM
   or, we can do how many files each command appears inAnonymous on Aug 7, 12:27 AM
* what is fig?Michael Calkins on Jul 10, 10:47 AM
   what fig is (sure to be appended by trolls, but you asked)mn on Jul 10, 5:57 PM
      * is there documentation for this? google wont hlepanomn on Jul 14, 5:45 AM
         there's quite a lot of documentation on the joyful programmer forumAnonymous on Jul 14, 12:22 PM
            * if you have other questions, this forum should be fineAnonymous on Jul 14, 3:16 PM
MN: An "Other Programming Languages" category was created...Waltersmind A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jan 30, 11:10 AM
   *awesome. though it is a sub/forum-less category, i dont think you can post to it yetmn on Jan 30, 12:22 PM
      FIXEDWaltersmind A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jan 30, 2:12 PM
         *thanks walt! even more awesomemn on Jan 30, 2:22 PM
creating a 21st century conversation engine/chat ai? add sentiment analysis with textblobmn on Jan 25, 8:45 AM
   fig version of sentiment analysismn on Jan 25, 9:04 AM
fig is featured in the latest distrowatch weekly, with sad news about robert storeymn on Jan 2, 12:28 AM
   NEAT ARTICLE! You scored fig-league!Pete on Jan 19, 12:25 PM
      hey, thanksmn on Jan 19, 1:14 PM
fig version of simmons pen solvermn on Dec 26, 3:02 PM
   *how did you convert the code? By hand, or do you have a program?simmons on Dec 28, 6:12 PM
      i just copy into "notepad" and change whats necessarymn on Dec 29, 12:32 AM
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