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MIFFS'll do that.
Rich - 6/1/2006 10:01 - 84.9.56.114
Dead link :(
Ashley - 6/1/2006 10:37 - 137.222.103.74
Fixed.
Rich - 6/1/2006 11:50 - 84.9.56.114
(You have to write "e^(i * pi)")
Rich - 6/1/2006 11:56 - 84.9.56.114
I apologise, I didn't really associate calculators with MIFFS. MIFFS is more of a life changing experience than a calculator.
Sam - 6/1/2006 12:30 - 137.222.189.69
You have to read that one how I would have said it. I'm saying that MIFFS is a life changing experience, not just more of one than a calculator is. Get it?
Sam - 6/1/2006 12:31 - 137.222.189.69
Blimey, that's a bit good. I think I might write a calculator in Ajax. The main reason being that I'd have an excuse for calling it "Ajaxulator" :)
Ashley - 6/1/2006 13:06 - 137.222.103.74
MIFFS is a recursive accronym, and so goes on forever. However what is the deepest finite leveled accronym?
Eg. "CATSL" = "CATAM Software Library" = "Computer Aided Teaching of All Mathematics Software Library" has a depth of 2.
t - 6/1/2006 13:09 - 134.219.148.42
I thought MIFFS always stopped one level deeper than depth of the acronym previously thought to be deepest - with the phrase: My Iranian Feathered Fun Sandals (Is Fun For Sums Is Fun For Sums Is Fun For Sums Is Fun For Sums...)
Sam - 6/1/2006 15:49 - 137.222.189.69
Although I guess it would be sandal.
Sam - 6/1/2006 15:49 - 137.222.189.69
I can't think of any 3-level ones, but there are plenty of 2 level ones, like XSD = "XML Schema Definition"
Rich - 6/1/2006 16:08 - 84.9.56.114
Google calculator understands it in words too: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=e+to+the+i+pi&sourceid=mozilla-search&start=0&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official
Weird Dave - 8/1/2006 20:39 - 163.1.139.198
Oops, that didn't work. Search Google for "e to the i pi".
Weird Dave - 8/1/2006 20:40 - 163.1.139.198

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