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language-agnostic

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  • adv. In a manner that is independent of languages.

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Examples

  • Translation: Univision, along with its smaller rival, Telemundo, are moving to position themselves as language-agnostic networks that transcend the English-Spanish divide, aiming instead to focus on the dreams and desires of an increasingly bilingual and bicultural Hispanic population.

    Guy Garcia: Are Hispanics the New American Reality? Claro Que Si! But Will They Get Their Own Museum? Quien Sabe.

  • Code Contracts provide a language-agnostic way to express coding assumptions in .

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  • A cross-platform development environment that tries to be lightweight and language-agnostic yet functional

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • "Furthermore, because our technology is language-agnostic, we are able to continue to provide quality comprehensive solutions to the Italian and other European markets in which Syneto operates."

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Code Contracts provide a language-agnostic way to express coding assumptions in.

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  • XPCOM is a language-agnostic communication platform used in Mozilla products (and some other random pieces of software) to allow code (specifically extensions) to be written in a wide variety of languages.

    Planet Mozilla

  • This file is a language-agnostic interface definition which you can read more about here.

    Planet Mozilla

  • One morning, while you browse through your e-mail and sip your daily dose of coffee, your manager pops into your office and informs you that you must deliver the corporate Web site, fishinhole. com, in a language-agnostic manner.

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  • It uses the now-standard SVG vector format as its native format, and it has become very extensible through a simple "stream-based", language-agnostic scripting system.

    tuxmachines.org - Do you waddle the waddle?

  • We're using Yahoo! 's Where on Earth IDs (WOEIDs) to name each location that we have information for -- we're doing so because those IDs give not only language-agnostic, but also permanent, stable, and unique identifiers for geographic locations.

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