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PROGRESS REPORT

March 14, 2019

019-03-11:

ARITHMETIC LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT:

During the development and testing of the common_arith library, 
there was considerable access of the typedef library to check the 
veracity and record the typedef data associated with the variables 
used.

Each of these variables are defined by the element library.

It has been decided that the verification and recording process 
should be done in the element library instead the arithmetic library.

The upgrading of the element library will be started.

2019-03-12

ELEMENT LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT:

An examination of the element library revealed serious problems
relative to the handling of the SYSTEM typedef.  Namely it is read
differently than all of the other typedefs.

To render the upgrade of the Element library feasible, the typedef
library must be upgraded to make the reading of the SYSTEM typedef
data the same as the other typedefs.

The upgrading of the typedef library will be started.
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Can Software Be Assembled Not Written?

November 2, 2012

The software part is roughly equivalent to an integrated circuit. Can we assemble a software product in a manner similar to producing a a hardware product?

I believe that it is possible assemble a software product without any intimate knowledge of the product’s source language. Instead of writing the code in a computing language such as C++, the appropriate software parts will be selected from a system of menus.

This blog will be used to document my research and development efforts associated with a menu-driven product assembly capability.

ASSEMBLY THURSDAY ACTIVITY: The best way of creating the Programmable Software Development Environment capability for finding files, adding new directories,  compare file modification dates, and finding paths is to add an software parts instruction for launching a executable. This will enable a command-line script to be processed.

Can Software Be Assembled Not Written?

October 26, 2012

The software part is roughly equivalent to an integrated circuit. Can we assemble a software product in a manner similar to producing a a hardware product?

I believe that it is possible assemble a software product without any intimate knowledge of the product’s source language. Instead of writing the code in a computing language such as C++, the appropriate software parts will be selected from a system of menus.

This blog will be used to document my research and development efforts associated with a menu-driven product assembly capability.

ASSEMBLY MONDAY ACTIVITY: Inorder to perform the design activity exclusively from a system of menus and dialog boxes, additional system related commands must be added to Programmable Software Development Environment. For example, commands for finding files, adding new directories,  compare file modification dates, and finding paths must be added. The next task will be to identify these commands.