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Re: wtf wtf
On Mon, 3 Nov 2003, zzapper wrote:
> Shankar Unni
> >> What I really want to know is why there are so few acronyms in WTF,
> >> does anyone have bigger datafiles??
> >Because as distributed, it was not intended to be a universal acronym
> >dictionary (which could run to millions of acronyms).
> >WTF has generally been used to expand acronyms for phrases used in
> >typical mailing list/newsgroup settings (e.g. IMO, etc.)
> >But hey, if someone has the energy to create *and maintain* a univeral
> >acronym library, go for it!
> What does the conversion to a DAT file achieve?? save a bit of
> space/speed search?
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