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Re: :zz: Peter's: oooo...kay: Programming

>What about programming? 

1.  You can clone the currently executable cells
 (they begin with #, but only a small number of
 the current functions have been put in executable
 cells) and put them inside other cells
 (note previous definition of "inside").
 Which then contain them as subroutines.

2.  You can write your own cells in Perl.

Unforch documentation on this is delayed.


At 03:58 PM 6/21/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>> Fields?
>Ain't nobody here but us Cells <g>.
>What you put in us, and how group, is up to you.<<
>Ok. What defines a cell? How big is it? Does it contain its own OS, do
>cells contain other cells with other cells in them? Is there a "nesting
>Where do I start to make stuff?
>What's the relationship to the screen, or other interfaces? What about
>programming? How do I identify a cell? Is there anything familiar here,
>such as a "window" or an "object"?
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