base language

base language

[′bās ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
The component of an extensible language which provides a complete but minimal set of primitive facilities, such as elementary data types, and simple operations and control constructs.
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This means that the PDF should be tagged, have a base language, have language changes where appropriate, have a hierarchical series of heading / H Tags, have Alt text for images and links, have properly tagged tables including TH or table header Tags, ensure that Tags are in a logical reading order and that all content necessary to the understanding of the document be available to adaptive technology.
Introducing such a device into our "base language," which lacks semantic vocabulary, enables us to express generalizations that, in our finitude, we could not otherwise express.
It may be hard to accept the idea that some ttruths are tfalse, but it is much easier to accept it given assurances that the only gluts are merely semantic, that their gluttiness does not percolate into the non-semantic base language, and that the classical logical principles continue to hold for that non-semantic base language.
She identifies the base language of participants and the broad patterns in their alternation, distinguishing between code-switching (a change in the base language) and transfer of a small unit of language.
The parents, like those in Family A, used Sicilian as their base language when speaking to each other, but introduced numerous borrowing from English as well as much more Sicilian-Italian mixing than was seen in Family A, especially on the part of the father.
Any and all changes made in the company's base language are easily updated to all other languages.

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