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Re: 1.4 c: Basic Terminology



At 17:16 4/2/97 -0500, John_Lavagnino@Brown.edu wrote:
>  When document authors talk
>about this stuff, I expect they will often talk about links and
>termini, and not much about pointers and addresses.

The problem is that what is needed to get a link to a terminus is its
address/locator.
Pointers are what contains the address that the link uses to get to the
terminus. Without these terms you cannot completely describe the mechanism.
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