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GrepNinja's weblog is a somewhat ordered collection of thoughts and resources mostly related to software engineering. It simply tracks what GrepNinja finds technologically useful, interesting, or amusing at some given point in time. Warning: high techno-geek factor!
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:: Monday, April 30, 2001 ::

Simputer demos

:: grepninja 4/30/2001 04:49:47 PM [+] ::
CollabNet - Better software through collaboration

:: grepninja 4/30/2001 09:32:26 AM [+] ::
Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution

:: grepninja 4/30/2001 09:28:43 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, April 27, 2001 ::
Concurrency in E

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 03:24:51 PM [+] ::
ERights.Org is the home of the E computer language.

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 03:15:08 PM [+] ::
CHARMING PYTHON #13 (20000155) -- Functional Programming in Python -- is interesting and you can find more references about functional programming and Python with this Google search.

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 02:14:53 PM [+] ::
Technical Pursuit Inc. does a web-based Smalltalk-like IDE with and for JavaScript (actually, ECMA Script). Actually, this is a *very* interesting product. They also sell a stand-alone IDE and other tools. This is commercial stuff, not free or Open Source (except what you can get via "view source" in your browser).

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 01:39:30 PM [+] ::
www.oreilly.com -- Origin of Species: A History of O'Reilly Animals -- here's the rationale for the animals on the O'Reilly books.

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 12:04:36 PM [+] ::
The Blender User Tutorials page.

:: grepninja 4/27/2001 10:57:25 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, April 26, 2001 ::
San Diego Linux Users Group (SDLUG).

:: grepninja 4/26/2001 04:45:50 PM [+] ::
XML.com: Perl XML Quickstart: The Perl XML Interfaces [Apr. 18, 2001]

:: grepninja 4/26/2001 04:03:56 PM [+] ::
ASPN Python Cookbook

:: grepninja 4/26/2001 10:07:29 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 ::
The BlenderLab at OUD corporation has some superb examples of what you can do with the Open Source Blender software.

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 04:16:26 PM [+] ::
Here is the main Squeak Fixes, Enhancements, Add-Ons ... archive. You get your stuff in here by posting to the Squeak list with special tags in your subject: "[FIX]", etc.

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 12:15:30 PM [+] ::
A page for Squeak recommendations: CampSmalltalk: Propositions for Improvements.

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 11:55:36 AM [+] ::
Cool! An Italian Linux zine: Benvenuti nel sito di Linux&C.

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 09:16:29 AM [+] ::
Lua: reference manual

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 08:33:03 AM [+] ::
The Programming Language Lua

:: grepninja 4/25/2001 07:36:01 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 ::
The RubyUnit(English) testing framework for Ruby.

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 12:38:59 PM [+] ::
Linux VR Tools HOWTO -- This is the OS implementation used on the Agenda.

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 10:40:37 AM [+] ::
LinuxHardware.org: Imagination is more important than knowledge . . .

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 10:32:16 AM [+] ::
FreeOS.com: The Resource Center for Free Operating Systems

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 10:24:17 AM [+] ::
Agenda Developer Zone

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 09:56:17 AM [+] ::
This is one of the coolest devices I've seen lately. Agenda Linux - Your Portable PC is a handheld that runs on Linux VR3. Sigh. It looks like a "must have!"

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 09:54:33 AM [+] ::
A nice thread page on Documentation tools.

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 09:01:14 AM [+] ::
The Simkin Language looks like a very easy embeddable scripting language. "Simkin for Java and C++ is a free Open-Source product."

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 08:25:30 AM [+] ::
Here is a page that tries to define "Re Factor."

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 08:19:09 AM [+] ::
Patterns for Adaptive Programming (AP)

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 08:13:49 AM [+] ::
Demeter Ideas in XML

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 08:11:35 AM [+] ::
Connections between Demeter/Adaptive Programming and Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 08:10:48 AM [+] ::
Here is the home page for one somewhat famous law of refactoring, the Law Of Demeter. This apparently came from the Demeter Project, which seems to have more than a little importance in the Adaptive Programming (AP) approach. For an online book about AP, see Patterns for Adaptive Programming (AP).

:: grepninja 4/24/2001 07:59:52 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, April 23, 2001 ::
Unofficial MSXML XSLT FAQ

:: grepninja 4/23/2001 01:50:16 PM [+] ::
:: Friday, April 20, 2001 ::
Download Visual IRC '97

:: grepninja 4/20/2001 11:17:15 AM [+] ::
Here is an announcement of the new Wireless Knowledge Echo product: Wireless Knowledge Launcjes Revolutionary New Software For Mobilizing Enterprise Applications.

:: grepninja 4/20/2001 07:57:31 AM [+] ::
First, bear in mind that I (GrepNinja) love Squeak. It is not above criticism, however, particularly from new people, and this new critique is an example of one fairly savvy novice's experience: "My Week With Squeak (a critique)."

:: grepninja 4/20/2001 07:53:32 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, April 19, 2001 ::
Downloading and Installing Harvest-NG

:: grepninja 4/19/2001 01:05:49 PM [+] ::
VTK On-Line Manual. VTK is by Kitware.

:: grepninja 4/19/2001 11:06:18 AM [+] ::
The Acme Architectural Description Language was the starting point for Architecture Description Markup Language (ADML).

:: grepninja 4/19/2001 08:15:57 AM [+] ::
Architecture Description Markup Language (ADML) -- "ADML is a representation language for architecture...." ADML is related to Building Blocks Description Language (BBDL), which is part of the Open Group's Architecture Development Method..

:: grepninja 4/19/2001 08:10:33 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, April 18, 2001 ::
Keyword Extractor Applet

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 04:17:02 PM [+] ::
Let's not forget Wine! Here's the Wine Development HQ site.

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:43:53 PM [+] ::
Scintilla and SciTE

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:41:34 PM [+] ::
theKompany.com | Products | BlackAdder | Overview -- "Black Adder is an application development environment that allows professional and hobbyist programmers alike to produce complex applications for the Windows and Linux platforms."

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:38:58 PM [+] ::
Iowa -- Interpreted Objects for Web Applications, a Ruby based web framework.

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:32:54 PM [+] ::
Joey's Smalltalk Vault

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:31:28 PM [+] ::
Pocket Smalltalk

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:28:59 PM [+] ::
An IBM-SMALLTALK centric Tutorial

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:22:52 PM [+] ::
Yet Another Society home

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:20:56 PM [+] ::
Screenshot of a Squeak image running on Simple DirectMedia Layer

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 03:09:20 PM [+] ::
Is this the current Debian position on the Squeak license: Geocrawler.com - debian-legal - Squeak License DFSG free??

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 02:40:14 PM [+] ::
The Open Source Initiative: Open Source Definition

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 02:35:03 PM [+] ::
SEUL/edu Homepage promotes "Simple End User Linux."

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 02:16:18 PM [+] ::
Promote Squeak and Places to promote Squeak are, well, places to promote Squeak.

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 02:11:39 PM [+] ::
The LART Pages

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 02:00:37 PM [+] ::
The LART Pages

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 01:59:49 PM [+] ::
The Simputer Project

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 01:53:40 PM [+] ::
Ivan Tomek has graciously made the following Smalltalk textbook available online: VisualWorks: Joy of Smalltalk

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 01:52:44 PM [+] ::
Slashdot | Smalltalk Solutions 2001 Trip Report

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 01:27:47 PM [+] ::
Boston Globe Online / Business / Moving to be first in proteomics

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 01:12:39 PM [+] ::
Some device OSes and related sites:

:: grepninja 4/18/2001 12:46:55 PM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 ::
Slashdot | Programming Ruby

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 05:35:28 PM [+] ::
Ruby: RubyChangeRequests

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 05:29:00 PM [+] ::
Micro Java Network :. Wireless Developer 2000 Conference: an Overview -- article mentions RIM devices.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 04:53:37 PM [+] ::
MicroJava Network

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:55:36 PM [+] ::
Craig's Basic BlackBerry 950 Site

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:41:21 PM [+] ::
RIM Blackberry message board at PDAStreet.com.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:31:06 PM [+] ::
RIM Developer Zone's Discussion Forum.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:19:26 PM [+] ::
RIM Developer Resources at RimDev.com

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:15:17 PM [+] ::
Article: RIM will support Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME)

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 03:05:35 PM [+] ::
Two tutorial articles by Cameron Laird and Kathryn Soraiz on email:

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 01:39:32 PM [+] ::
XML.com covers Perl & XML.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 12:36:20 PM [+] ::
XML Schemas: Best Practices

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 10:51:35 AM [+] ::
Looks like we have another biotech buzzword, "Proteomics." Gee, I just got used to "genomics!" Here are some links.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 10:20:28 AM [+] ::
Genomics resource list from the PBS Nova special, "Cracking the Code of Life," presented on April 17, 2001: NOVA Online | Cracking the Code of Life | Resources.

:: grepninja 4/17/2001 10:15:02 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, April 16, 2001 ::
IBM has Intelligent Miner for Text - Summarization tool.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 02:53:46 PM [+] ::
Extractor: Text Summarization Software is now used in Copernic Summarizer. You can put an Extractor button on your browser.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 02:42:09 PM [+] ::
Copernic.com - Products - Copernic Summarizer

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 02:29:10 PM [+] ::
TIPSTER Text Summarization Evaluation Conference (SUMMAC) Overview -- you can get the final report in postscript for this 1998 NIST evaluation conference about text summarization.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 02:11:41 PM [+] ::
Other sets of search terms for "automated summarization:"
  • Text Summarization
  • Automatic text summarization
  • Automatic summarization

"Text summarization" got me to this Summarization resource and this workshop program agenda on Intelligent Scalable Text Summarization by Dr. Inderjeet Mani. Also, check out this Text Summarization Project at the University of Ottawa. Many more resources are floating in this stream.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 02:09:09 PM [+] ::
Open Directory - Reference: Knowledge Management: Knowledge Discovery has links to a number of resources that may relate to automated indexing and automated summarization.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 01:57:40 PM [+] ::
Now, this is interesting. An abstract of an article on the Automated Understanding of Diagrams . And I thought automated summarization of text was a "hard problem!"

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 01:52:47 PM [+] ::
Summarization Resources -- some links on automated summarization.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 01:50:04 PM [+] ::
Smalltalk Industry Council

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 11:37:26 AM [+] ::
Welcome to The Chaordic Alliance

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 11:26:07 AM [+] ::
Ruby Documents

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 10:20:47 AM [+] ::
Colin Steele's Home Page -- Colin is putting together The Ruby Cookbook.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 09:38:36 AM [+] ::
Generic Object Oriented Database Management System (GOODS) is implemented in an aspect oriented programming approach. Anders Bengtsson is considering writing a Ruby interface to this.

:: grepninja 4/16/2001 09:33:35 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, April 12, 2001 ::
Squeak Online Book is here somewhere.

:: grepninja 4/12/2001 03:39:20 PM [+] ::
Smalltalk Online

:: grepninja 4/12/2001 03:36:16 PM [+] ::
Below, I am posting all the stuff I entered into the Greppery while Blogger was down this morning. Let's see if I can get it to post and publish here now. Note: Blogger was down this morning; so, I recorded some GrepNinjaLog entries there and then copied them here. Dustman, Andy, MySQLdb: a Python interface for MySQL. Data compression is on the GrepNinja mind these days. In particular, I am researching XML compression techniques and also am looking for methods suitable for compressing small payloads. I added some significant XML compression references to GrepNinjaLog yesterday. Let's gather a few links. Some data compression links: That's enough for the moment. I can always add more later but I could end up following these linked links interminably. I must often force myself to remember that every practical algorithm should provably terminate. BTW, during this research, I made the GrepNinja "cool discovery of the day!" Check out the NEC Research Index! Next topic is automated indexing software. I remember, in the old days, using and reading about permuted indices (permuted indexes). I liked working with them but now I find I have a need for some really good automated indexing and summarizing tools and I do not have them. After fumbling around looking for "permuted index" and its variants, I broadened my search to go after automated indexing systems. Automated indexing links:

:: grepninja 4/12/2001 01:21:23 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 ::
___GNOME on CYGWIN___

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 05:39:10 PM [+] ::
Kevin Wright - Building GNOME on cygwin [WAS RE: Need help compiling glib's libgmodule

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 05:35:50 PM [+] ::
XMLPPM: XML-Conscious PPM Compression is now the core of a project at http://sourceforge.net/projects/xmlppm/.

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 04:11:44 PM [+] ::
XML compression and XML compressors:

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 01:54:03 PM [+] ::
The FREETYPE Project has a SourceForge mirror.

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 12:26:49 PM [+] ::
wvWare: Breaking the Hegemony

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 12:23:07 PM [+] ::
UWIN, by AT&T Labs Research, provides "a mechanism for building and running UNIX applications on Windows NT, Windows 98, and Windows 95 with few, if any, changes necessary." It looks like it's basically a Cygwin alternative but GrepNinja has not adequately confirmed this yet. UWIN is *not* free for commercial use; commercial licensing is available (looks like it is around $199 for single user through Wipro). One very cool "proof of concept" for UWIN is the Global Technologies, Ltd. port of the Linux Gnome Desktop for Windows. AT&T Research also provides a number of other interesting software tools. Read any license carefully before downloading and using any of this software!

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 10:53:28 AM [+] ::
Recently, I have seen several references to the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). I remember the Dublin Core from a number of years ago when some strange librarian-types started talking about some then-crazy ideas for having "interoperable metadata standards" for information on the Internet. Looks like they've come quite some distance from those days. GrepNinja hereby rates the Dublin Core as an instance of the MustKnowAbout class.

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 10:03:35 AM [+] ::
Latest RSS News collects and presents information on RSS (RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary). RSS enables "syndication" of your websites. The site is maintained by Aaron Swartz, creator of Blogspace.

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 09:58:05 AM [+] ::
Here are some basic Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) reference links:

:: grepninja 4/11/2001 09:45:25 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 ::
book: Kernighan, Brian W. and Rob Pike, The Practice of Programming.

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 05:51:09 PM [+] ::
Looks like the Lojban spoken language is still around. It used to be called Loglan, has a theoretically "unambiguous grammar," and is "computer parsable." Interesting, to say the least.

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:45:33 PM [+] ::
Aspect-Oriented Programming Home Page

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:41:01 PM [+] ::
iContract - The Java(tm) Design by Contract(tm) Tool

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:40:31 PM [+] ::
Multi-Dimensional Separation of Concerns: Software Engineering using Hyperspaces

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:39:54 PM [+] ::
The Brain Language

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:29:19 PM [+] ::
Ruby.Weblogs.Com

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:25:13 PM [+] ::
Ira Forman is the author of Putting Metaclasses to Work.

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:05:12 PM [+] ::
The NeoClasstalk Home Page

:: grepninja 4/10/2001 02:03:39 PM [+] ::
:: Monday, April 09, 2001 ::
Q244651 - HOWTO: Creating a Shell Notification Icon from a Windows NT Service

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 04:48:33 PM [+] ::
Windows 2000 Server Documentation

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 04:46:47 PM [+] ::
Web Workshop - Mailing Lists and Newsgroups (Microsoft)

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 04:31:43 PM [+] ::
ATL@DISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 04:28:03 PM [+] ::
Sun Global Application Developer Corner (GADC) references: GADC - Recommended Reading.

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 02:42:03 PM [+] ::
Unix Review.com

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 01:58:56 PM [+] ::
Native Win32 ports of some GNU utilities

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 01:11:59 PM [+] ::
GNU utilities for wIN32 -- not an emulation layer like Cygwin.

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 01:10:10 PM [+] ::
The Open Group - integrating new technology across the enterprise

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 12:56:32 PM [+] ::
You might have to register to get access to this: The Single UNIX Specification, Version 2.

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 12:52:05 PM [+] ::
Fast Python xmlrpc implementation

:: grepninja 4/09/2001 11:00:45 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, April 06, 2001 ::
SCG/ Stéphane Ducasse is a French Squeaker.

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 05:32:17 PM [+] ::
Ruby: EditorExtensions includes Emacs Extensions.

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 04:49:34 PM [+] ::
xslj: An XSL to DSSSL Translator

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 01:11:15 PM [+] ::
LTG software: LT XML is "an integrated set of XML tools and a developers' tool-kit, including a C-based API" that currently runs on Unix and Win32.

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 11:49:32 AM [+] ::
The author of Just XML has created a practical XML demonstration site: FlixML Home Page.

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 11:47:02 AM [+] ::
CataList, the official catalog of LISTSERV lists

:: grepninja 4/06/2001 10:10:40 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, April 05, 2001 ::
Linux VR Tools HOWTO

:: grepninja 4/05/2001 02:22:01 PM [+] ::
Seven hours long but good people say it's worth it: Engelbart's Unfinished Revolution A Symposium.

:: grepninja 4/05/2001 01:54:47 PM [+] ::
Ruby Multi-dimensional Arrays

:: grepninja 4/05/2001 12:19:15 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 ::
IETF RFC Page has a form where you can enter an RFC number and get the information from the RFC repository maintined by the IETF Secretariat.

:: grepninja 4/04/2001 09:58:27 AM [+] ::
This Squeak Swiki page on GUI Building Tools has some cool ideas and tools.

:: grepninja 4/04/2001 09:53:54 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 ::
The Jay Ponder Lab presents information and code related to what's going on at Folding@home. You can join the Folding@home effort by donating some of your unused processor cycles. This is a distributed processing venture similar to Seti@home, United Devices, and Entropia. Really, there are *a lot* of distributed processing projects these days and you should be able to find one that matches your interests. To check out some of these projects, you can do this Google search.

:: grepninja 4/03/2001 03:21:46 PM [+] ::
I've been flustered, lately, because I once had a browser add-on that did really neat highlighting and annotation. After changing companies, I forgot the name of the service and where it was. Even using Google to search for "web page highlighter," etc., didn't help. Through my search, though, I found iHarvest, which is pretty cool and did much of what I wanted. Still, I found myself missing the mysterious tool I once had and finally I got an upgrade email from the company that makes the cool tool, EQuill.com. EQuill.com makes a whole set of products based around the notion of "visual markup." Some of these tools would, IMNSHO, be *great* for collaborative work. Do check them out!

:: grepninja 4/03/2001 02:09:03 PM [+] ::
Chami.com is a grepninja favorite. Things you will find there include HTML-Kit, CodeColorizer, and Chami.com's Internet Tips.

:: grepninja 4/03/2001 01:09:31 PM [+] ::
After ten years, you can no longer monitor the The Trojan Room Coffee Machine at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. A CNN.com article chronicles the bitter end: CNN.com - Sci-Tech - Web coffee pot goes off the boil - March 7, 2001. The last picture, of an empty pot :( is here but you can still get A (non-technical) biography about the system. Actually, ten years is quite remarkable, given the nature of "Internet time!" If, in this modern day, you want to control coffee pots via the Internet, please be aware that certain standards exist and that you should follow RFC 2324 Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol (HTCPCP/1.0) (Informational). Be sure to see the bibliography for important related documents.

:: grepninja 4/03/2001 10:06:49 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, April 02, 2001 ::
Long in development, the MicroSeeker finally had its first "wet test". For other information on the MicroSeeker, see the main HUV/MicroSeeker Page.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:40:23 PM [+] ::
LSWST Mini-FAQ -- about LSW Smalltalk

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:36:49 PM [+] ::
A mirror of http://www.squeak.org can be found at Welcome to Squeak. The main Squeak site recently suffered an ISP meltdown.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:32:49 PM [+] ::
Cincom Home Page - Software and Services for E-Business -- Cincom Smalltalk now includes VisualWorks and ObjectStudio. You can get a free non-commercial version.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:30:06 PM [+] ::
See the return of Smalltalk Chronicles: Volume Three, Issue One, January 2001!

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:20:30 PM [+] ::
Alen Holub & Associates -- A well known OO guru.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 03:04:35 PM [+] ::
Windows Software Updates - WindowsTracker.com

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 02:31:15 PM [+] ::
An outstanding bit of geek humor: www.perl.com - Programming Parrot.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 11:44:50 AM [+] ::
Ed Yourdon's Recommended General Books on Technology

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 11:24:57 AM [+] ::
Flow-Based Programming

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 11:23:53 AM [+] ::
Cóndor - Python Language Stuffs -- contains some significant Python and Zope documentation as MS HTML Help files.

:: grepninja 4/02/2001 10:04:11 AM [+] ::

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