Re: ALL COMPUTER BOOKS IN THE WORLD

2005-05-30 Thread Masoud Sharbiani


I second that.
Specially when this email is archived, and google-indexed, and is likely 
to stick around _forever_.
I guess the rule of thumb (which is very obvious) is that Don't send 
anything to public lists that you'll be embarassed for, if found by your 
wife/husband/boss/future employer.

cheers,
Masoud

Behdad Esfahbod wrote:a


Please do not send stuff like this to this list again.

behdad

On Mon, 30 May 2005, Ali Sadeghi wrote:

 


Hi all,
http://ebuki.apvs.ru/downloads/

all you need is a russian proxy to download through.
For example use the ones in:
http://www.web-hack.ru/proxy/

Ali


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Eghtesad Novin Bank - Tehran/Iran
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Re: Some Questions about persian XML

2004-12-04 Thread Masoud Sharbiani
hi,
farsi can be used for the content inside XML (that is as far as I know).
and besides, nobody should do your homework for you, iff you want to 
learn something.
cheers,
Masoud
farzad davani wrote:

hi,
can u tell me , how can i get a some information about XML with farsi 
language, cause i must show to my university for last project.
best regards
farzad
 


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Re: Persian-English Dictionary -- Was: Iranian Mac User group

2004-06-08 Thread Masoud Sharbiani
Roozbeh Pournader wrote:
On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 18:24, Ordak D. Coward wrote:
 

What is the cursor problem exactly?
   

Have you tried typing multilingual text in an editor like MS Windows'
Notepad? The cursor, the selection, etc, are very hard to handle easily.
You'll get mad very soon.
 

Yeah, that one!
And why is it hard to solve?
   

Because:
1) You need to remain Unicode compliant w.r.t bidi algorithm.
2) You need to edit everything, from normal text to marked up XML or
LaTeX, and expected behavior is different with different kinds of text.
3) Different users have different expectations, so you need lots of
configurability for different kind of users in different locales.
 

Is there an FAQ on open problems in Persian Computing?
   

No. Unless you start one.
 

And, if someone starts a list, please add the problem of selecting a 
mixed text (english/persian) with a mouse. No matter what you do, or how 
experienced you are, you'll always get surprised.

Roozbeh, is it possible to create a wiki for persian computing? so people would describe their problems /known bugs there? or am I just talking from _the_ unpleasant organ of my body? 

roozbeh
 

cheers,
Masoud
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Re: Persian-English Dictionary -- Was: Iranian Mac User group

2004-06-07 Thread Masoud Sharbiani
I know of a friend, Mr. Yusef Amiri, who with Mr. Rohani Rankuhi (long 
time DB expert and a professor at Shahid Beheshti/Melli University) 
wrote two books, all in MS Word, chapter by chapter.
One of the books was on C++, the other one (IIRC) was on OO design or 
something like it.

Yeah, that and the fact that you really should have TONS of memory if 
you want to have it all in one file, plus a dual processor (2000+ Mhz) 
machine ;-)

Masoud
C Bobroff wrote:
On Mon, 2004-06-07 at 08:20, C Bobroff wrote:
   

I just thought the typist had used MS Word, then exported to Excel and
then to some publishing program.
 

I'm sure both MS Word and MS Excel would crash under the weight of so
much text.
   

Who said they didn't break it up into smaller files?
-Connie
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Re: Persian-English Dictionary -- Was: Iranian Mac User group

2004-06-07 Thread Masoud Sharbiani
Roozbeh,
I bet you've never used MSFT word, have you? I had to use it for the 
reports/thesis I did at Sharif (circa 1997-8). There is this feature 
called 'Master Document' that is basically a binder for all kinds of 
word files, and can handle the chapter/page numbering and such. (I am 
talking about Word 6.0, the later versions should still have this feature).
Fortunately, I have a good pen now. I just use it to write :-)

Masoud
Roozbeh Pournader wrote:
On Mon, 2004-06-07 at 18:55, C Bobroff wrote:
 

Who said they didn't break it up into smaller files?
   

And managed all the numbering and sorting and all that by hand?
roozbeh
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Re: TaipeParsiDarComputer

2004-02-15 Thread Masoud Sharbiani
I wouldn't expect more from fossils. Can anyone remember when this
keyboard was standard? (this refers to the image they have in the URL
Behdad just mentioned)

Masoud
On Fri, 2004-02-13 at 06:16, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
 God  Anyone seen this piece of bs?
 
 http://www.nimabook.com/TaipeParsiDarComputer.htm
 
 Thus Spake the Master, Never Underestimate the Power of Human
 Stupidity.
 
 behdad
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