So help me, Char.
Is this sequence right?
The sequence of LCWO is
K M U R E S N A P T L W I . J Z = F O Y , V G 5 / Q 9 2 H 3 8 B ? 4 7 C 1 D 6 0 X
so correct with your sequence through X.
Rest of characters is not required I suppose, especially the exclamation mark ! is a question. Was defined by Heathkit or some thing, kind of industry standard, I suppose. You can learn them in order to use them and "they" can't copy them.
Hence a frustrating spending of time.
I could add this string as an internal alternative to the Koch string taken from G4FON's program and call it "LCWO sequence".[/quote]
Would be nice, but when you should bother to read the previous entries in this amazing website forum, you could find out that people are complaining about the different learning sequences in Koch programs. So I dare to emphazize, due to the leading character of this website, to ask you to put this LCWO sequence as default in your program.
Of course people can change that, but I had a cat that only could eat when he handles default knife and fork, or change the default to eat just with his lips tonque and teeth. She died after 14 days due to lack of food. She should have been still alive when I put the other selection as default.
P.S.: to avoid further confusion, a "string" is an abstract concept, i.e. a generic sequence of characters; a concatenation of characters delimited by 0x00 is just one of the possible "implementations of a string".
OK, I understand my ad hoc regenerated definition of a string, is just a subset of a larger idea. So Kernighan and Ritchie SK fooled me.
Have a nice day and don't forget, when reaching the next top, to think about me living not guilty in the dungeons of her Majesty's prison.