From: Stephen C. Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Apr 05 1997 - 11:32:21 EST
At 09:10 4/3/97 -0500, Jonathan Robie wrote:
>Could you please explain the "3D" notation you used in statements like these:
>>For instance, the present tense form of the complementary
>>infinitive is default after MELLOW (P[resent]=3D84; A[orist]=3D7) or
>>ARCOMAI (P=3D87; A=3D0), but after DUNAMAI (P=3D57; A=3D154) or
>>ZHTEW (P=3D3; A=3D32) the default is aorist.
>I have no idea how to read that.
Certain mailers insert a hexadecimal notation of the ASCII value of
certain characters occurring the text after an equal sign (=). Thus,
'=3D' means insert the character with an ASCII value of hex 3D or 61
in decimal. This character happens to be an equal sign '='.
Therefore, S.M.Baugh is writing "MELLOW (P[resent]=4; A[orist]=7)";
"ARCOMAI (P=87; A=0)"; "DUNAMAI (P=7; A=154)"; and "ZHTEW (P=3; A=32)".
-- Stephen C. Carlson : Poetry speaks of aspirations, email@example.com : and songs chant the words. http://www.mindspring.com/~scarlson/ : -- Shujing 2.35
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