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Re: [DotGNU]UI and SEE (was Re: What Web Services Are NOT)

From: S11001001
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]UI and SEE (was Re: What Web Services Are NOT)
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 18:57:45 -0600
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Norbert Bollow wrote:
no... the SEE will know the difference... in the first case, the
SEE will tell the server:

I'm just considering the practical implications of telling app writers that they have to differentiate, in their services, between a little stub UI app that just swaps UI events and user I/O data, and a full-fledged server application.

And also differentiation between `owner of the data' and `right to use', because whenever those apply depend on what the application does.

The response from the server could be "I've checked those
credentials, they're fine.  Here's a German-language user
interface of type pnet3.2 - execute that, and your user should
be happy."

All this localization is handled by plugins through SEE protocols? I suppose this can't also be offset to apps, because there are no apps at this specific load time ;)

quit   When the quit statement is read, the  bc  processor
       is  terminated, regardless of where the quit state-
       ment is found.  For example, "if  (0  ==  1)  quit"
       will cause bc to terminate.
        -- seen in the manpage for "bc". Note the "if" statement's logic

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