[NTG-context] [DKIM Failure] Re: getting ConTeXt results back to Lua (for typesetting solutions at end of document)

r.ermers at hccnet.nl r.ermers at hccnet.nl
Fri Feb 1 21:10:53 CET 2019

What you probably mean is that Swedish, German, Dutch and English are Indo-European Germanic languages which have much in common.

This cannot be expressed in terms of blends, products or square roots from one another.

What they do have is a common root, like

\sqrt(indo-european) $x$ w = Swedish,
\sqrt(indo-european) $x$ x = Dutch, 
\sqrt(indo-european) $x$ y = German, 
\sqrt(indo-european) $x$ z + Latin + French = English,


And yes, Sanskrit, Farsi, Kurdish, Urdu and Hindi are indo-European languages too, each in their own right.


> Op 1 feb. 2019, om 17:16 heeft Sanjoy Mahajan <sanjoy at olin.edu> het volgende geschreven:
> On 2019-02-01 07:58, "Mikael P. Sundqvist" <mickep at gmail.com> wrote:
>> this is what I learned from the list to use. I'm sorry, but the names
>> sound a bit Swedish, but I'm sure you can change that. 
> The Swedish is not a problem.  Swedish, like Dutch, seems to be (English
> + German)/2.  Or sqrt(English*German) if, like me, you prefer the
> geometric mean.
>> This way it was also easy to add different types like hints, answers
>> and solutions and get clickable letters accordingly.
> Thank you.  I'll incorporate pieces into my setups.  If it ends up an
> improvement over what's on the wiki, I'll also wikify.
> -Sanjoy
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