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COMPUTER COMMANDS

03/03/2009 3:16 PM

I'm in the middle of writing a series of programs that a computerised mechanism/chip can describe (in detail) what those instructions are, for that specific device to perform. I need those functions described, using my everyday language, needs to be held in secrecy. A portion of the profits are going to be donated to Sts. Peter & Paul Lutheran church. (my church)

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Re: COMPUTER COMMANDS

03/03/2009 9:46 PM

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Re: COMPUTER COMMANDS

03/04/2009 8:48 AM

Is there a question here? You are going to have to a better job at describing what you are trying to accomplish, if you want to have any meaningful feedback. Your post is VERY cryptic!

Tom

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