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In article<ktop8d1ekuh567kqrgmu4p6v38bjnrmqq8@4ax.com>, Eric Stevens<eric.stevens@sum.co.nz> wrote:

> >> >> You shouldn't have put the 'yep' at the beginning of your answer. That
> >> >> way you were confirming that "we only have a single BMP obsessed
> >> >> Windows user in this NG."
> >> >
> >> >comprehension fail.
> >> 
> >> You explain it then.
> >> 
> >> The technical term is 'parse'.
> >
> >that explains why. english is not source code that is parsed.
> >
> Hysterical laughter!
> 
> I was taught to parse sentences in English 75 years ago. I expect you
> think it is a technical term applying only to computer languages.

it is in the way you're using it. context is key.

spoken language is not parsed the way source code is.