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HELP

(language, robotics)
DEA. A Language for industrial robots.

HELP

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(Help Est un Lisp Paresseux - Help Is a Lazy Lisp). A lazy version of Scheme with strictness annotations, by Thomas Schiex <schiex@europe.cert.fr>.

help

On-screen instruction regarding the use of a program. There is always a Help menu in today's operating systems and applications. On Windows PCs, pressing F1 is the de facto standard for getting help. See context sensitive help.
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I love you, I am your slave, but I just can't help defendin' my bone.
Ministers can't help the evil, perhaps,--can't cure it, any more than we can,--but defend it
I'm a wicked girl to leave her so; but, then, I can't help it.
I can't help hoping all the time that Bowen and the girl have found the others; the last Bowen knew of them, there were six left, all told--the mate Bradley, the engineer Olson, and Wilson, Whitely, Brady and Sinclair.
Oh, you can't help that,' said the Cat: `we're all mad here.
I'm homely and awkward and odd and old, and you'd be ashamed of me, and we should quarrel--we can't help it even now, you see-and I shouldn't like elegant society and you would, and you'd hate my scribbling, and I couldn't get on without it, and we should be unhappy, and wish we hadn't done it, and everything would be horrid
I'm disappointed, but the girl can't help it, and the only thing left for you to do is to go away for a time.
You can't help it, you have to watch - all the drama, all the great television shows, all the great cartoons and you can't help yourself.
Just as the post-Mommie Dearest perception of Joan Crawford turns her films into metaphorical minstrel shows, common knowledge about Rock Hudson's life and death can't help but transform his movies into mini-extravaganzas of subconscious self-revelation.
As you go into the Toyota group booth, you can't help but see the two racing cars right in front, the F1 and the CART.
John Boorman's latest political drama can't help but register powerful and significant moments.
The more we look back, the more we can't help but think this was intentional".

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