Anyone using a Welec W20xxA DSO?

Started by Falk Willberg July 8, 2009
Frnak McKenney schrieb:
> On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 06:52:28 GMT, Nico Coesel <nico@puntnl.niks> wrote:
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>> Thats probably because English doesn't allow to stick two words >> together to form a new word. > > I was going to put a very clever paragraph into my newspost with > counterexamples that everyone could download, but rather than overdo > it I guess I'll let brevity trump cleverness. <grin!>
YMMD
On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 11:39:12 -0500, Frnak McKenney wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 06:52:28 GMT, Nico Coesel <nico@puntnl.niks> wrote: >> Joerg <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote: >>>Falk Willberg wrote: >>>> Joerg schrieb: >>>>> Rich Grise wrote:
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>>>>>> What's "Schadenfreude?" >>>>>> >>>>> I don't think there's a literal translation. Maybe "being spiteful". >>>> >>>> dict.leo.org says: malicious joy. >>> >>>Yes, that would be quite correct but it's a two-word description, not a >>>noun. >> >> Thats probably because English doesn't allow to stick two words >> together to form a new word. > > I was going to put a very clever paragraph into my newspost with > counterexamples that everyone could download, but rather than overdo > it I guess I'll let brevity trump cleverness. <grin!> > > http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/ > Wikipedia:Basic_English_compound_wordlist >
But the "wordlist" doesn't list 'wordlist'! ;-) Cheers! Rich
Rich Grise wrote:
> On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 11:39:12 -0500, Frnak McKenney wrote: >> On Sat, 11 Jul 2009 06:52:28 GMT, Nico Coesel <nico@puntnl.niks> wrote: >>> Joerg <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote: >>>> Falk Willberg wrote: >>>>> Joerg schrieb: >>>>>> Rich Grise wrote: > ... >>>>>>> What's "Schadenfreude?" >>>>>>> >>>>>> I don't think there's a literal translation. Maybe "being spiteful". >>>>> dict.leo.org says: malicious joy. >>>> Yes, that would be quite correct but it's a two-word description, not a >>>> noun. >>> Thats probably because English doesn't allow to stick two words >>> together to form a new word. >> >> I was going to put a very clever paragraph into my newspost with >> counterexamples that everyone could download, but rather than overdo >> it I guess I'll let brevity trump cleverness. <grin!> >> >> http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/ >> Wikipedia:Basic_English_compound_wordlist >> > > But the "wordlist" doesn't list 'wordlist'! ;-) >
But my netlist always renders a complete list of nets :-) And that word ain't even on there ... -- Regards, Joerg http://www.analogconsultants.com/ "gmail" domain blocked because of excessive spam. Use another domain or send PM.