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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.
References in classic literature ?
That did not help matters, much, as I did not know the date of the storm.
But if she insists on quarrelling, I cannot help it.
See if your worship can get up, and let us help Rocinante, though he does not deserve it, for he was the main cause of all this thrashing.
You know I loved that girl and wanted to marry her, but although that's all past and gone, I can't help feeling anxious about her all the same.
It's plain enough, and helps the paradox delightfully.
But when states are acquired in a country differing in language, customs, or laws, there are difficulties, and good fortune and great energy are needed to hold them, and one of the greatest and most real helps would be that he who has acquired them should go and reside there.
For the men of Wu and the men of Yueh are enemies; yet if they are crossing a river in the same boat and are caught by a storm, they will come to each other's assistance just as the left hand helps the right.
And yet while it will not meddle with others, it will help all, as a beautiful thing helps us, by being what it is.
It is my idea that the Easterly Wind helps the ships away from home in the wicked hope that they shall all come to an untimely end and be heard of no more.
And God helps us with our headpieces and our hands as well as with our souls; and if a man does bits o' jobs out o' working hours-- builds a oven for 's wife to save her from going to the bakehouse, or scrats at his bit o' garden and makes two potatoes grow istead o' one, he's doin' more good, and he's just as near to God, as if he was running after some preacher and a-praying and a-groaning.
Fanny, in her pity and kindheartedness, was at great pains to teach him how to learn, giving him all the helps and directions in her power, trying to make an artificial memory for him, and learning every word of his part herself, but without his being much the forwarder.
Dad always gives me double helps 'cause I'm his son, an' he hates favourin' folk.