Smahrt Tek Saiz Ohmz


SmahrT Tek Langz ToT Heer


Mohst Ywzd Smahrt Tek Langz

Thuh MohsT Ywzd Smahrt Tek Langz Inkluud:

1: Thuh WrLd Web NeT Langz:

2: CIL And UhThr CLI Langz Uhv Thuh CLI

3: Thuh JVM Langz Uhv Thuh Java Virtual Machine

4: Thuh Mohst Ywzd Artificial Intelligence Langz::

* ProLog, LisP, ML & PyThon


ZOOM Lang Sohrss TekSTs


ZOOM Lang


Zuum


Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

zoom (v.)

1886, of echoic origin. Gained popularity c. 1917 as aviators began to use it. As a noun from 1917. The photographer's zoom lens is from 1936, from the specific aviation sense of zoom as "to quickly move closer."


Zuum In: Tu See Less And Maeek Veew Mohr Big;

Zuum Owt: Tu Maeek Veew Less SmahL And See Mohr.


Object Oriented


Object-Oriented Definition - What does Object-Oriented mean?

Thuh Preeveeuhss Tytul And Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

Object-oriented refers to a programming language, system or software methodology that is built on the concepts of logical objects. It works through the creation, utilization and manipulation of reusable objects to perform a specific task, process or objective.

Object oriented is a computer science concept that has been widely implemented, specifically in programming languages and applications/software. The object-oriented technique is different from conventional programming, which focuses on functions/behaviors, while object-oriented works on the interactions of one or more objects.

An object-oriented based system is modeled and created through the use of objects, where each object's class instance has specific attributes and behaviors, and the relative methods or behaviors are called to manipulate or utilize such a system. The essence of object-oriented is that each of the created objects can be reused in the same and other programs and applications.


Mehtuh Lang

Metalanguage Definition - What does Metalanguage mean?

Thuh Preeveeuhss Tytul And Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

From a programming language perspective, a metalanguage is a language used to make statements regarding statements made in another language, known as an object language. Metalanguage helps in describing the concepts, grammar and objects associated with a particular programming language.

Metalanguage is widely used in language design, analysers, compilers and theorem provers. It is also used in financial systems, bioinformatics and in other similar applications.

Metalanguage encourages functional programming and is often considered as an impure functional language. Metalanguage is mostly used to describe the grammar or any related terminology of the programming languages. There are different types of metalanguages such as ordered, nested and embedded metalanguages. An ordered metalanguage is similar to ordered logic, with each level having a greater abstraction degree. A nested metalanguage differs from an ordered metalanguage, with each level including the one below as well. An embedded metalanguage is a language embedded in the object language, which occurs naturally as well as formally.

Application software often consists of sets of instructions in clear and simple programming language. Metalanguage is capable of describing both semantic and syntactic properties of a language. With different computer programming languages available, many of these languages have unique sets of rules known as syntax; metalanguage can help in deciphering these rules.


See AhLsoh: LisPLoj, ZOOM Lang Sohrss TeksTs


LisPLoj uv ZOOM Lang Sohrss TeksTs

The PLan Fohr Kohr LisPLog Iz:


BiT Chahr LisP Uv LisP Langz Grohn Heer Uv LisPLoj Uv ZOOM Lang

{ Kohd Uv BiT Chahr LisP } ShaL GeT RiT In Thuh Following ECMAScript Language Types:

  1. Undefined Type
  2. Null Type
  3. Boolean Type
  4. Character Constants: ( /c/ Ohr /Chahrz/ )
  5. Arrayz: ( /[]/ Ohr "[/SLoT/]" Ohr "[/SloT/,…]" )

BiT Chahr LisP Typs Uv BiT LisP Uv ZOOM Lang Uv Thuh SmahrT Tek Langz Tot Heer

BiT LisP STruhkT Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

Var STruKT = function(In) {

Var Vahr = document.cookie;

this.SeT = function() {
if(Type(Vahr) = undefined;
}

this.SetB0(InB0);

this.GetB0 = function() {return this.Val[0];};
this.GetB1 = function() {return this.Val[0];}

this.Eq = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() == this.GeTB1() );
this.Ohr = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() || this.GeTB1() );
this.And = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() && this.GeTB1() );

document.cookie = Vahr;

} ] ]

NonSeT Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/ [ /NonSeT/, undefined ] ]

NuL Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/ [ /NuL/, Null ] ]

BiT LisP Vahr Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

[ /SeT/, [ /Vahr/, [ /Ohr/, [
function(Vahr) {this=Vahr;},
function() {return this;}
] ] ] ]

BiT Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

BiT Uv Bit LisP Typs Uv BiT LisP Uv ZOOM Lang Uv SmahrT Tek Langz Tot Heer

FahLs Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/, [ /FahLss/, false ] ]

Trw Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/, [ /Trw/, true ] ]

B0 Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/, [ /B0/, /FahLs/ ] ]

B1 Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /SeT/, [ /B1/, /Trw/ ] ]

BiT Vrs (Haoh=#)2: [ /Set/, [ /BiT/, [ /B0/, /B1/ ] ]

NiL Vrs (Haoh=#)1: [ /Set/ [ /NiL/, (new Array(0)) ] ]

BiT LisP Konz Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

[ /SeT/, [ /Konz/, function(InB0,InB1) {

this.VaL = new array(2);

this.SeTB0 = function(fB0) { Val[0]=fB0;}
this.SeTB1 = function(fB1) { Val[1]=fB1;}

this.SetB0(InB0);
this.SetB1(InB1);

this.GetB0 = function() {return this.Val[0];};
this.GetB1 = function() {return this.Val[0];}

this.Eq = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() == this.GeTB1() );
this.Ohr = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() || this.GeTB1() );
this.And = function() {return ( this.GeTB0() && this.GeTB1() );

} ] ]

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Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)1: Pure LisP Build Plan

Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)2: PLan Tu BiLd Piwr LisP:

Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:0: Iwzeeng CLisP Syntax And CLisP CLisP Glossary Defs

Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:1. CLisP Cons WiTh car, cdr and eq
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:2. CLisP Type
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:3. CLisp Object
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:4. CLisP Atom
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:5. CLisP defmacro
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:6. quote
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:7. Defun
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:8. CLisP let
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:9. eval
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:10.CLisP list
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:11.CLisP write
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:12.pprint
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:13.CLisP read
Piwr LisP BiLd PLan Vrs (Haoh=#)3:14.read-eval-print


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ProLog User Defined OperaTors Uv KLasT Ops Uv LisPLog

ISO ProLog: op/3 and current_op/3

These predicates allow the operator table to be altered or inspected.
op(Priority, Op_Specifier, Operator) is true, with the side effect that

if Priority is 0 then Operator is removed from the operator table, else
Operator is added to the Operator table, with priority (lower binds tighter) Priority and associativity determined by Op_Specifier according to the rules:
Specifier Type Associativity
fx prefix no
fy prefix yes
xf postfix no
yf postfix yes
xfx infix no
yfx infix left
xfy infix right
It is forbidden to alter the priority or type of ','. It is forbidden to have an infix and a postfix operator with the same name, or two operators with the same class and name.

The initial operator table is given by

Priority Specifier Operator(s)
1200 xfx :- —>
1200 fx :- ?-
1100 xfy ;
1050 xfy ->
1000 xfy ','
900 fy \+
700 xfx = \=
700 xfx == \== @< @=< @> @>=
700 xfx =..
700 xfx is =:= =\= < =< > >=
500 yfx + - /\ \/
400 yfx * / // rem mod « »
200 xfx **
200 xfy ^
200 fy - Template:op(+integer,+operator_specifier, @atom_or_atom_list)

Errors:

Priority is a variable — instantiation_error
Op_Specifier is a variable — instantiation_error
Operator is a partial list or a list with an element E which is a variable — instantiation_error
Priority is neither a variable nor an integer — type_error(integer, Priority)
Op_Specifier is neither a variable nor an atom — type_error(atom, Op_specifier)
Operator is neither a partial list nor a list nor an atom — type_error(list, Operator)
An element E of the Operator list is not an atom — type_error(atom, E)
Priority is not between 0 and 1200 inclusive — domain_error(operator_priority, Priority)
Op_specifier is not a valid operator specifier — domain_error(operator_specifier, Op_specifier)
Operator is ',' — permission_error(modify, operator, ',')
An element of the Operator list is ',' — permission_error(modify, operator, ',')
Op_specifierOperator would violate the prohibitions on multiple types — permission_error(create, operator, Operator)
current_op/3
current_op(Priority, Op_specifier, Operator) is true if and only if Operator is an operator with properties given by Op_specifier and Priority
Template:current_op(?integer, ?operator_specifier, ?atom)

Errors:

Priority is neither a variable nor an operator priority — domain_error(operator_priority, Priority)
Op_specifier is neither a variable nor an operator specifier — domain_error(operator_specifier, Op_specifier)
Operator is neither a variable nor an atom — type_error(atom, Operator)
char_conversion/2 and current_char_conversion/2
char_conversion(In_char, Out_char) is true, with the side effect of adding the pair (In_char, Out_char) to the character conversion table if In_char is not equal to Out_char and removing any pair (In_char, _) from the table if In_char is equal to Out_char .
When the flag char_conversion has the value true, the In_char will be replaced by Out_char when a term is read using read_term/3.

Template: char_conversion(+character, +character).

Errors:

In_char is a variable — instantiation_error
Out_char is a variable — instantiation_error
In_char is neither a variable nor a one character atom — representation_error(character)
Out_char is neither a variable nor a one character atom — representation_error(character)
current_char_conversion(In_char,Out_char) is true if and only if

In_char is not equal to Out_char, and
there is an entry in the character conversion table corresponding to the pair (In_char,Out_char)
Template: current_char_conversion(?character, ?character)

Errors:

In_char is neither a variable nor a one character atom — representation_error(character)
Out_char is neither a variable nor a one character atom — representation_error(character)


BiLd a [ LisP Langz Grohn Heer ) Paydj ] Grohn Az:
* BiLd BiT Chahr LisP In ECMA ScripT In HTML
* Then BiLd Piwr LisP In BiT Chahr LisP
* Then BiLd Spek ChahrT Fohr Kohr IS LisP In BiT Chahr LisP )
* Then BiLd ISLisP Az A CLS Kom Lang
* Then Pland ( Skeem Numerical Tower Uv RNRS ).


ProLog Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

ProLog Uv Mohst Ywzd Smahrt Tek Langz Uv Thuh SmahrT Tek Langz Tot Heer
* Uv Thuh Smahrt Tek Saiz Ohmz Uv Thuh ReeL Prwvd TrwTh Saiz Ohmz
* Uv Thuh AhL Spundj STeiT Saiz Ohmz Uv Thuh AhL STeiT Saiz Ohmz Peidj LisT.

ISO ProLog Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

ISO ProLog Uv ProLog Uv Mohst Ywzd Smahrt Tek Langz Uv Thuh SmahrT Tek Langz Tot Heer
* Uv Thuh Smahrt Tek Saiz Ohmz Uv Thuh ReeL Prwvd TrwTh Saiz Ohmz
* Uv Thuh AhL Spundj STeiT Saiz Ohmz Uv Thuh AhL STeiT Saiz Ohmz Peidj LisT.

These web pages describe the ISO conformant version of the Prolog language. The pages are in several parts:

A history and overview of the standard;
The builtin predicates and control constructs of the language;
Prolog semantics;
Test suites Test of conformance to the ISO standard;
Input Output in ISO Prolog;
http://www.deransart.fr//prolog/exceptions.html Exception Handling in ISO Prolog]
The modules proposal;
A Prolog Bibliography.

Description of the ISO conformant version of the Prolog language.

ISO/IEC 13211 - Programming language - Prolog

ProLog 0123Tree Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

//Prolog// Programming for Artificial Intelligence.//pdf// - Higher Intellect…Printed in Great Britain bv Commercial Colour Press. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. Bratko. Ivan. Prolog programming for artificial intelligence.

ProLog 0123Tree Vrs (Haoh=#)1:

[pdf pg 256] pg 238 PROLOG PROGRAMMING FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
% Insertion and deletion in the vertically balanced 2-3 dictionary

newtree:[0,[]];

ins(n0, X): [n(1,[X])];

Nohd(VaL):[1,[VaL]];.

plus([0,[]],X):[1,[X]];

ins(n1(N), X): [n1(N), X, n1(x)] :- N < X;

ins123(n1(N), X): [n1(x), N, n1(N)] :- X < N;

ob(n1(N), {
ins(X): R :-
N < X, R = [n1(N), X, n1(X)];
X > N, R = [n1(X), N, n1(N)].
}).

ins123(n1(N),X): R :-
N < X, R = [n1(N), X, n1(X)];
X > N, R = [n1(X), N, n1(N)].

plus([1,[OhLd]], New):OwT_LisT :-
OhLd < New, OuTLisT = [ 2, [ [1,OhLd], [1,New] ] ];
New < Ohld, OuTList = [ 2, [ [1,New], [1,OhLd] ] ].

ins( n2(Li,M,Ri), X ): [T] :-
X < M, ins(Li, X): L,
( L=[T1], T=n2(T1,M,RT);
L=[LT, M2, MT], T=t3(LT,M2,MT,M,Ri)
);

ins(n2(L, M, R), X): [n3(LT, M2, MT, M, R)] :-
X < Mi, ins(L, X): [LT, M2, MT].

ins(n2(L, M, R), X): [n3(L, M, MT, M2, RT)] :-
Mi < X, ins(R, X): [MT, M2, RT].

ins(n2(Li, M, Ri), X): [T] :-
( M < X, ins(Ri, X): L);
X < M, ins(Li, X): L)
),(
L=[T], T=n2(L, M, T);
L=[MT,M2,RT], T=n3(Li,M,MT,m2,RT)
).

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n3(NL,ML,MT,MR,RT)] :-
x < ML, ins(TL, X): [NL];

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n2(n(NL,NM,NR),ML,n2(TM,MR,TR)] :-
x < ML, ins(TL, X): [NL.NM,NR];

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n3(TL,ML,MT,MR,NR)] :-
MR < X, ins(TR, X): [NR];

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n2(n(TL,ML,TM),ML,n2(NL,NM,NR)] :-
MR < X, ins(TR, X): [NL.NM,NR];

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n3(TL,ML,NT,MR,tR)] :-
ML < X, x < MR, ins(TM, X): [NT];

ins(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR), X): [n2(n(TL,ML,NL),NM,n2(NR,Mr,TR)] :-
ML < X, x < MR, ins(TM, X): [NL.NM,NR];

ins123(n3(TL,ML,TM,MR,TR),X): RL :-
X < ML, ins(TL,X):L, (
L=[NL], RL=[n3(NL,ML,MT,MR,RT)];
L=[NL.NM,NR], RL=[n2(n(NL,NM,NR),ML,n2(TM,MR,TR)]
);
MR < X, ins(TR,X): L, (
L=[NR], RL=[n3(TL,ML,MT,MR,NR)];
L=[NL.NM,NR], RL=[n2(n(TL,ML,TM),ML,n2(NL,NM,NR)]
);
ML < X, X < MR, ins(TM, X):L, (
L=[NT], RL=[n3(TL,ML,NT,MR,tR)];
L=[NL.NM,NR], RL=[n2(n(TL,ML,NL),NM,n2(NR,Mr,TR)]
);


BiLd a [ LisP Langz Grohn Heer ) Paydj ] Grohn Az:
* BiLd BiT Chahr LisP In ECMA ScripT In HTML
* Then BiLd Piwr LisP In BiT Chahr LisP
* Then BiLd Spek ChahrT Fohr Kohr IS LisP In BiT Chahr LisP )
* Then BiLd ISLisP Az A CLS Kom Lang
* Then Pland ( Skeem Numerical Tower Uv RNRS ).


Thuh [ { STep Then STep } PLan ] Tu BiLd Kohr CIL.

# Groh TekSTs Fohr Kohr CIL

  1. BiLd A BoxT CIL CLass Fohr CLI Ob KLass DaTa Type Az A RooT Box AhL CTS DaTa Types;
  2. BiLd A Kohr CIL CLass Fohr Thuh Kohr CIL VaL KLass;
  3. BiLd A Kohr CIL CLass Fohr Thuh Kohr CIL Ref KLass;
  4. BiLd A Kohr CIL CLass Fohr ( Ob = Kohr CLI Ref )

Bild a Kohr CLI Spek ChahrT WiTh:

* A Kohr CTS Spek ChahrT
* And A Kohr CIL Spek ChahrT
* And A KLasT_CIL_Pahrss Ap
* And A Kohr CLR Spek ChahrT

BiLd A [ C Langs TaughT Here Paydj ] Grohn Az:

* FrsT BiLd A Standrd Fohr C Min
* Az The Saym Tween C Minus Minus And STandard C
* Then C Minus Minus
* Then STandard C
* Then MeTa C )
* Then MeTa C Sharp
*

BiLd Uh CIL Script Baeest Common Language Runtime Naeemd ILAsm

  1. * Az Thuh Standrd Duz Teech, Tho Bild It So ThaT It Kan Pahrss Ohpehn Sohrss Common Intermediate Language TekST FyLz;
  2. BiLd a C Shahrp InTrpreTr Wich Runz In STandrd CLR
  3. BiLd Mono Project Dynamic Language RunTime in C Shahrp Sohrss FyLz;
  4. BiLd a Vrzhuhn Uv MonoDeveLop Wich Runz In STandrd CLR.
  5. Bild An Airn# (Airn_Sharp) Intrpretr & kuhmpylr fohr Airn And Shahrp Langz ThaT depends OhnLee On Thuh Dynamic Language RunTime, Thoh MyT Hav Thuh OpT Tu Eewz DoT NET (.NET).

See ALso=AhLsoh:


BoT RoboT Droid Android


BoT

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

Tek Terms : Bot Definition

A bot (short for "robot") is an automated program that runs over the Internet. Some bots run automatically, while others only execute commands when they receive specific input. There are many different types of bots, but some common examples include web crawlers, chat room bots, and malicious bots.


RoBoT

What is the definition of a “robot”?

Thuh Preeveeuhss Tytul And Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

There are many definitions of a “robot”. The classical definition among my colleagues is “a robot is a machine that senses, thinks, and acts”. For about 10 years I personally have added “communicates” to these three – recently other people have also been saying “…senses, thinks, acts, and communicates”. But for better or for worse, this definition makes most modern household appliances – clothes washing machines, etc – robots.


[ Deskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd ] robot

Thuh Preeveeuhss Tytul And Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

robot noun

plural robots

1 : a machine that resembles a living creature in being capable of moving independently (as by walking or rolling on wheels) and performing complex actions (such as grasping and moving objects)
When the next space launch heads for Mars, on board will be dozens of tiny mobile robots that will fan out across the Martian landscape, exploring every nook and cranny.

2a : a device that automatically performs complicated, often repetitive tasks (as in an industrial assembly line)

2b : a mechanism guided by automatic controls

3 : a person who resembles a machine in seeming to function automatically or in lacking normal feelings or emotions


Droid

Spohk Az: D->r->oh->ee->d


[ ( Ehtimmolluhjee = Wrd Histohree ) Uhv Wrd ] Droid

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

droid (n.)

popularized from 1977, short for android.

It is attested in a science fiction story from 1952.


[ Dikshuhnehree Dehskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd ] Droid

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

droid noun

UK ​/drɔɪd/ US /drɔɪd/ informal

a robot that is made to look like a human


Android


[ ( Ehtimmolluhjee = Wrd Histohree ) Uhv Wrd ] Android

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

android (n.)

"automaton resembling a human being in form and movement," 1837, in early use often in reference to automated chess players,

from Modern Latin androides (itself attested as a Latin word in English from 1727),

from Greek andro- "man" + -eides "form, shape" (see [[Suffix-oid]]]).


[ CollinsDictionary.Com Dikshuhnehree Dehskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd ] Android

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

Word origin of 'android'

from Late Greek androeidēs manlike; see andro-, -oid

android (ˈændrɔɪd )

noun
1. (in science fiction) a robot resembling a human being
2. trademark: a software package for smartphones, including many application programs

3. a smartphone that uses this software


[ Merriam-Webster.Com Dikshuhnehree Dehskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd ] Android

Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Fruhm:

android noun

1:: a mobile robot usually with a human form


Tek Ohrganz Needed Fohr Wrkeeng Mynd

1: A Min Uhv Wuhn BiLT In PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Prossessr ThaT Kan InTrpreT And AnimayT A PrimmiTTiv Task.

2: A PrimmiTTiv Task Iz A [[Seekwenss LisT]]] In Wich Eech Membr Iz An AnimmayTuhbL InsTrukshuhn Uhv A PrimmiTTiv Task Lang.

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PrimmiTTiv Task Lang Trm Deskripshuhnz:

3: A PrimiTTiv Task Lang InkLoodz A Min Uhv Wuhn Groop Uhv PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhnz In Wich Eech Membr Iz A PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Kohd Uhv PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Izm.

PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn

[[include PrimmiTTiv-InsTrukshuhn-Izm]]]

PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Trm Deskripshuhnz

A PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Iz A Min Uhv Wuhn PrimmiTTiv Lang Kohd Wich RepreezenTs An AnimmayTuhbL InsTrukshuhn.

3: An AnimmayTuhbL InsTrukshuhn Iz A Min Uhv Wuhn Lang Kohd ThaT Iz Thuh Saym Az An InsTrukshuhn Kohd Wich Iz Thuh SimbuL In Thuh PrimmiTTiv Task Lang Wich Thuh PrimmiTTiv InsTrukshuhn Prossessr Kan AnnimmayT Az A PrimmiTTiv AkT.


Mynd KuhmpohnenTs Needed Fohr A Lrneeng Mynd

Tek Mem ThaT Kan Reemembr By Sayveeng SensT InpuT In SoLLid Mem Az A Memree FyL.

UhbiLiTTee Tu InTrpreT A ( SensT Mohshuhn Ohr Mehmree FyL ) Tu Disrn

  • A Noo Mohshuhn Deskripshuhn Wich Iz Dif Fruhm PasT Chohz Mohshuhn OpTs
  • Then Reemembr ThaT Noo Mohshuhn Deskripshuhn
  • Az A PohTenchuL Mohshuhn OpT Tu Reemembr Then ImmiTTayT.

Kynd Uhv OpT Izm

A Kynd uhv OpT Iz Kompreehenshuhn Uhv:
1: Thuh Typ Uhv OpT Uhv This Kynd Uhv OpT
2: A Min Uhv Wuhn OpT Kompreehended Az An EgzampuL OpT Uhv This Typ Uhv OpT.

Kyndz Uhv OpTs Izm

A Simp AkT Iz A Kynd Uhv OpT ThaT InkLoodz Komprehenshuhn Uhv:
1: Thuh Simp AkT Typ Uhv OpT RepreezenTs Kompreehenshuhn ThaT:

  • This Simp AkT Iz AnnimmayTed Az Wuhn Floh Uhv Mohshuhn.

2: An EgzampuL OpT Uhv Thuh Simp AkT Typ Uhv OpT

1: "Squeez A Spessiffik Groop Uhv MussuLz A Deezyrd UhmownT
2: "Tu Moov A Spessiffik UhmownT Uhv Thuh Bod
3: "Twohrdz A Chohz Dyrekshuhn A Spessiffik UhmownT
3: "Then STop When Mynd Haz UhTaynd Thuh ReezuLT Uhv A Deezyrd Poschr".

A KuhpuL Mohshuhn Iz A Kynd Uhv OpT ThaT InkLoodz Komprehenshuhn Uhv:
1. Thuh KuhpuL Mohshuhn Typ Uhv OpT RepreezenTs Kompreehenshuhn ThaT:

2. An EesenchuL KuhpuL Mohshuhn Uhv AnnimmuLz ThaT EeT Iz Deskrybd NexT.
3. Choo Iz A KuhpuL Mohshuhn Deskrybd Az:
3.1: PuLL Jah Bohn Down
3,2: PuLL Jah Bohn Up

A KuhnTinneewd Mohshuhn Iz A Kynd Uhv OpT ThaT InkLoodz Komprehenshuhn Uhv:
1. Thuh KuhnTinneewd Mohshuhn Typ Uhv OpT RepreezenTs Kompreehenshuhn ThaT:

  • A Groop Uhv Mohshuhnz ThaT Iz ReepeeTed Az Feew Ohr Az Mehnee Tymz Az Mynd WahnTs.

2. EgzampuLz uhv KuhnTinneewd Mohshuhn InkLood:

  • Swimmeeng And Chooeeng And Wahkeeng

A Min Uhv Wuhn LisT ThaT Kan Groh Uhv Kyndz Uhv OpTs In Wich Eech Membr Iz A Kynd Uhv OpT ThaT A Mynd Kan Chooz Tu AnnimmayT.

Thuh UhbiLLiTee Tu See Ohr Heer Lang Wrdz

  • WyL Uhbzrveeng KuhmeewnikayTohr'z Beehayvyr And EnvyrunmenT
  • Then Kompreehend Thuh Meeneeng Uhv Thohz SensT Lang Wrdz.