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A syntax for arranging many [[iword_(1)|iwords]] into sentences.
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An idea of a single syntax for arranging many [[iword_(1)|iwords]] into sentences. It is not yet invented. Efforts of analyzing existing languages, and insights regarding the creation of the simplest (yet complete) system is necessary.
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;1:Since each possible [[iword_(1)|iwords]] correspond to only one concept, [[OneSyntax (1)]] can be used to construct unabiguous sentences.
 
;1:Since each possible [[iword_(1)|iwords]] correspond to only one concept, [[OneSyntax (1)]] can be used to construct unabiguous sentences.

Latest revision as of 13:56, 19 August 2010

An idea of a single syntax for arranging many iwords into sentences. It is not yet invented. Efforts of analyzing existing languages, and insights regarding the creation of the simplest (yet complete) system is necessary.


Please notice:

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Since each possible iwords correspond to only one concept, OneSyntax (1) can be used to construct unabiguous sentences.
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Since the set of all words from which all possible iwords are made is a superset for any of the sets of words of any particular human language (i.e., English, German, Finnish, etc.), OneSyntax (1) can be used to combine iwords made from any of the human languages within one sentence.