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Forwarded from the conlang list, for them what are interested.

Date: Thu, 30 Dec 1993 03:19:59 +0100
Comment: Issues related to constructed languages
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From: Rick Harrison <71174.2735@compuserve.com>
To: shoulson@ctr.columbia.edu
Subject: Klingon translation software

 
forwarded from Usenet's "rec.arts.startrek.current" newsgroup
 
 
From: "Larry C. Stanley" <ls3h+@andrew.cmu.edu>
Subject: Klingon Translator
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1993 09:31:45 -0500
Organization: University Libraries - Library Automatio, Carnegie Mellon, 
   Pittsburgh, PA
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NNTP-Posting-Host: po2.andrew.cmu.edu
 
Hello,
 
    I have been working on a Klingon to English/English to Klingon
Translator for the past year. I decided that a zipped version of
shareware was the best way to get the translator to the most people. 
The translator includes the almost 2 thousand words contained in Marc
Okrand's, Klingon Dictionary. At this stage of development I haven't
included most of the affixes but I will if I see enough interest in the
program.
    Now let's get to the reason I'm posting to this Bboard. Can someone
point me in the direction of an FTP site that will allow  the
distribution of my translator. Instruction on protocol will help.
 
    yIn nI' je chep
 
Thanks In Advance;  Larry Stanley 
 
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From: "Larry C. Stanley" <ls3h+@andrew.cmu.edu>
Subject: FTP For Klingon Translator
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1993 13:27:43 -0500
Organization: University Libraries - Library Automatio, Carnegie Mellon, 
   Pittsburgh, PA
Lines: 33
NNTP-Posting-Host: po5.andrew.cmu.edu
 
Hello Again,
 
     With help from the Tecnical Support Rep at UUNET Technologies I
just transfered a copy of my Klingon Translator to a temp directory on
ftp.uu.net.
 
The directory is purged on a regular basis but for now you can get the
program at:
 
ftp ftp.uu.net
 
     Login as anonomous then use you email address as your password. The
file name is 1klingon.zip and can be found in the /tmp directory. Please
remember to type binary and then press return at the prompt before using
the get command to retreve the file. You will need a copy of pkunzip to
open the program. When the program is unzipped type go then press enter
to start the program. The program will work with a CGA or better screen.
 
 
Larry Stanley
 
 
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