On Fri, 2009-10-16 at 18:01 +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote:

> > Wow! Here goes:
> >
> > Open-bracket, dollar item hypen greater-than, get service id, no all one 
> > word but with a capital S and I. Open and close brackets, question mark, 
> > dollar item again, then a hyphen and greater-than, that get service id and 
> > brackets bit again, exactly the same as last time; yes, capital S and I 
> > again. Colon, no the colon is the one with two dots, not dot and comma. 
> > Dollar item again, then hypen, greater-than, get id, with a capital I. 
> > Nope, no service bit this time. Now, open bracket and two closing brackets 
> > (I assumed the final two on your example were typos?!). now a semi-colon, 
> > yes the one with the comma.
> >
> > That's pretty much how I could foresee me telling someone this on the 
> > phone, but to be honest, I'd really prefer an email ;)
> >
> So it really involves mentioning each character. I was hoping that
> there would be a shared language for constructs such as -> and the
> like.
> Thanks.
> --
> Dotan Cohen
> http://what-is-what.com
> http://gibberish.co.il

Not that I know of, and trying to explain any sort of code over the
phone is just going to lead to a disaster down the line!


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