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Information Library for C#

Information Oriented Programming Library for C#

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The Information Library for C# is a .NET library for information oriented programming. The new version has more endeme functionality and some micro-languages. To understand why this is useful, you must understand the difference between data and information. Wikipedia has an interesting article on information. As does diffen: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Data_vs_Information My definition of information is that information is data that has meaning to people, whereas data is data that has meaning mainly to a computer or a programmer. A discussion of this may also be found at https://thisstack.wordpress.com/.

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  • C#
  • endemes
  • Information

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English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2013-07-11

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