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mi zbasu lo botpi soi ve pruce lo nu cpacu lo blaci grana vau ce'o lo nu rumgau lo grana
I make bottles by the stages of getting glass rods and melting the rods.
lujvo x1 is the product (combined multiplication result) of x2 (plurality of the same type as x1) x2 may be jo'u/joi/ce'o/ce. See pilji, grisumji
lujvo x1 is the sum (combined addition result) of x2 (plurality of the same type as x1) x2 may be jo'u/joi/ce'o/ce. See si'i, sumji, gripi'i
.oi ru'e mi pu zi ze'a jitro lo skami pe lo pe mi mamta sepi'o la'o gy VNC gy ce'o la'o gy ssh gy
I am mildly annoyed about just spending a while controlling my mother's computer with VNC, then with ssh.
ko'a simlu lo ka zarci i je lo so'i prenu ta'e klama lo nenri ce'o bartu i ji'a cinri fa lo nu pa canko be ko'a cu spofu
ko'a looks like a store, many people go in and out. In addition, it's interesting that there is a window in ko'a that is broken.
experimental cmavo argument list separator: acts as a comma between arguments in an argument list supplied to a function. "ce'oi" is the word of choice to separate the arguments in bridi3. Using ce'o there has obvious limitations when the selbri actually calls for a sequence. Obviously, ce'oi has issues too if the selbri can accept an argument list, but this can be circumvented more readily with ke...ke'e brackets than it can with ce'o. Consider ".i lo ka broda cu selbri fi ko'a ce'o ko'e". Without inspecting the type requirements of broda and the respective types of ko'a and ko'e, one cannot determine the meaning of the bridi. Furthermore, if one accepts non-static typing of sumti places, multiple correct answers can be given for a question asking what is the bridi1. This would create ambiguity that is otherwise resolved by "ce'oi". See also ka, du'u, me'au
fu'ivla x1 (text) is an adposition expressing relation x2 (property of nonce place, has places for ce'u referring to members of x3) and connecting members of the set x3 (ordered group of text) The first member of x3 is what follows after the adposition (unless co is used) and is usually called 'complement' or 'argument'. The second member of x3 can sometimes be called 'noun phrase of adposition'; it can e.g. be the current clause (lo bridi), x1 of it, x2 of it etc. x3 doesn't need to represent the full specification, only the first member can be specified. To specify both members ce'o can be used. See also bridi, sumti, sumtcita