All LOGOS System files are ordinary Unicode
Use Jedit, or a similar editor, to edit them.
The filename Logos below is, however, replaced by
actual Language in question
Such, for instance, the Alphabet file below for the
language 'Deutsch' shall be named Deutsch.LA below.
The following summarizes the available files:
Logos.LA – The Alphabet of the given language (with
Hex Code and frequencies)Logos.LC – The Claims of a language
Logos.LQ – The Questions of a language (with
Logos.LW – The Words of a language (with
Logos.LP – The Phrases of the language (with
This are the 2-n word Phrases, sorted by
Logos.LX – The basic LOGOS specification, used as a
roadmap and testcase as well :-)
Note that all files do contain a line-number
explicitely. Those line-numbers are used to identify the
They must not be changed by the user.
Those line-numbers are used, together with the
and the file-type, as the lexical identifiers within the Logos
system, which are implemented as so called indexed strings in
For details of NetRexx, look at www.netrexx.org.
Note, that NetRexx is an open source language, and doesn't cost
anything. It has been developped by M.F. Cowlishaw, an ex-IBM
who is also the father of „classic Rexx“. See www.RexxLA.org,
which is the host of the „Rexx Language Association“, both for
the history of Rexx and the available dialects and