[plt-translators] start-with-after

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Wed Jan 3 12:16:09 EST 2007

Oops! I guess I must have forgotten to finish that. Very sorry.

I've checked in a new version that has `start-with-after' (that is
bound to the empty string in English).

Robby

On 1/2/07, Chongkai Zhu <czhu at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> In english-string-constants, we have:
>
>  ; next two are before and after a language
>  (start-with-before "Start with ")
>
> In Chinese, I would like to have the whole
> sentence be something like:
>
> "with language-foo start?"
>
> because this is the natual order. So I will have
> to use start-with-after. The english-string-constants
> doesn't have start-with-after, although the comment
> suggest there should be one. Could anyone please
> help explain? Thanks.
>
> Chongkai
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