On Wed, 6 Sep 1995, Sammy wrote: > You might also want to make things a little more playable by converting > vowels to vowels, and consonants to similar consonants. That would make > learning the language a lot easier. Take that a little farther and make > certain consonants/vowels translate into entire syllables and you may get > output that looks like an authentic language. I've been working on just that, lately, although it's not part of Circle. I've been using flex to write translator-scanners. You could run output through one of these and pipe the responses back... Whatavar iou theenk thes orekheenallih saet, et's tevh'ereent enow! _/\_ A stosb a night keeps the inner loops tight. / L \ =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= \_ C_/ Assertiveness is strength. Strength is power. Power is authority. \/ Authority is asinine. "Here at the Phone Company, we serve all kinds of people; from Presidents and Kings to the scum of the earth ..."
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