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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unparsable.


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  • Obfuscation of data: Some sites have made their data available, but in arcane or unparseable formats.

    A Bill of Righteous intent | FactoryCity

  • There's some ancient myth which is all but unparseable, I think.

    More Aesthetics

  • "The specified item cannot be found or its XML is unparseable..."

    1-18-08 Trailer Audio Analysis

  • As the bell rang and everyone left class, whispered fragments tried to frame an unparseable shared reality.

    High School Confidential

  • It doesn't take long to reach a threshold where the full history becomes unparseable by the human brain.


  • From a whole-URL view, there's some sense to separating the query and the path with a distinct character like question mark, but it's not like it would have been unparseable to say the query component starts with the first ampersand.

    Planet Python

  • The Query (Artificial intelligence) was unparseable (Missing boolean operator between expressions) "Artificial intelligence"

    CNET Japan

  • Unfortunately, he's a bumbling idiot, and his next set of statements makes it seem, to those who like to parse the unparseable, as though he's pro-war.

    Tucson Weekly

  • No hassles to create (and wait for completion of) an account, no regrets by getting funny unparseable mails about some developer changing their e-mail addresses (did I already say I hate bugzilla?).

    Planet Debian

  • There are currently still some limitations: certain feeds can be slow, erratic, feature strange unparseable characters, or just not show up at all.

    Darren Hoyt Dot Com


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