Understanding - Basic_Number_2018 (Library)


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Basic Number provides a simple counting facility from zero (0) to ten (10) & recognition system. While insignificant it enables interpretation of handwritten numbers, a consequential library is certain scenarios.

In essence, this library contains three repeating commands;

  1. @; https://dld.domain.com/ informs that resources will be found at dld.domain.com (domain.com) should be defined in your Author Key

  2. '; {!important} informs that the contents between ’ ’ should be used due to the authoritative !important statement

  3. zero, nought, naught; no quantity or number, nought, the figure '0' this command provides a Oxford Dictionary definition

This library provides reference data, which is administrated by the Author;

        	sample, @zero-1.png
        	sample, @zero-2.png
        	sample, @zero-3.png
        	sample, @zero-4.png
        	sample, @zero-5.png
        	sample, @zero-6.png
        	sample, @zero-6.png
        	sample, @zero-7.png
        	sample, @zero-8.png
        	sample, @zero-9.png
        	sample, @zero-10.png

Resulting in DeadLetter looking for these resources at;

        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-0.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-1.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-2.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-3.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-4.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-5.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-6.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-7.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-8.png
        	https://dld.domain.com/zero-9.png

Viewed in their entirety these commands are easier understood.

@; 
    	https://dld.domain.com/

    '; 
    	{!important}


    zero, nought, naught; 
    	no quantity or number, nought, the figure '0'
    	
    	sample, @zero-0.png
    	sample, @zero-1.png
    	sample, @zero-2.png
    	sample, @zero-3.png
    	sample, @zero-4.png
    	sample, @zero-5.png
    	sample, @zero-6.png
    	sample, @zero-7.png
    	sample, @zero-8.png
    	sample, @zero-9.png

You can view the entire offical DeadLetter library here - https://libs.deadletter.io/colour_basic_2018.txt