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partial orgl terminology
- To: <tribble>
- Subject: partial orgl terminology
- From: Mark S. Miller <mark>
- Date: Fri, 1 Sep 89 17:43:28 PDT
- Cc: <us>
- In-reply-to: <Eric>,54 PDT <8909012334.AA05846@xxxxxxxxxx>
Yes! This new terminology is wonderful! Data-inform & Sharing-inform
it is. This is a good unification of these concepts.
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 89 16:34:54 PDT
From: tribble (Eric Dean Tribble)
a ready orgl is an orgl that contains some data (associated with
positions). This can either be a partial orgl with some data in it or
a complete orgl. I'm not sure what this should mean for a complete
but empty orgl.
What are you unsure about? Your definition is correct: an empty
complete orgl is ready. If you want to say "a non-empty ready orgl",
then say "a non-empty ready orgl".