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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 4 Feb 2018, Sunday
Random information on the term “Code __”:
A semantics encoding is a translation between formal languages. For programmers, the most familiar form of encoding is the compilation of a programming language into machine code or byte-code. Conversion between document formats are also forms of encoding. Compilation of TeX or LaTeX documents to PostScript are also commonly encountered encoding processes. Some high-level preprocessors such as OCaml’s Camlp4 also involve encoding of a programming language into another.
Formally, an encoding of a language A into language B is a mapping of all terms of A into B. If there is a satisfactory encoding of A into B, B is considered at least as powerful (or at least as expressive) as A.
An informal notion of translation is not sufficient to help determine expressivity of languages, as it permits trivial encodings such as mapping all elements of A to the same element of B. Therefore, it is necessary to determine the definition of a “good enough” encoding. This notion varies with the application.
Random information on the term “RED”:
Wellington Court (formerly Red Barracks) is a former barracks overlooking Weymouth Harbour in Weymouth, Dorset, England. It is been converted to housing and apartments. The original building is Grade II listed.
Red Barracks were first conceived and built as cavalry barracks in 1795–6. The barracks were rebuilt in 1801 around a parade area, following a fire in 1798, and used as infantry barracks, with accommodation for 17 officers and 270 men. There was also a 30-bed hospital. The barracks were built because King George III understood the need to improve Great Britain’s defences against potential invasion by Napoleon’s French troops. The barracks were one of three built in Weymouth. During the Napoleonic Wars, the barracks stationed troops from Hanover.
The main three-story block is to the southwest of where the parade ground was located. It is a long rectangular building with four doorways facing what was the parade ground. There are sash windows.