Rapid Prototyping

version 1 by B David Paulsen

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  • Chapter - Binary properties
    Fixing-in-place is an action applying to one thing. Understand "fix [something]" as fixing-in-place.
    Check fixing-in-place when the noun is the locality: say "A room can't be fixed in place." instead.
    Carry out fixing-in-place: now the noun is fixed in place.
    Report fixing-in-place: say "Updated."
    Portable-making is an action applying to one thing. Understand "unfix [something]" as portable-making.
    Check portable-making when the noun is the locality: say "A room can't be portable." instead.
    Carry out portable-making: now the noun is portable.
    Report portable-making: say "Updated."
    Scenery-making is an action applying to one thing. Understand "scenery [something]" as scenery-making.
    Check scenery-making when the noun is the locality: say "A room can't be portable." instead.
    Carry out scenery-making: now the noun is scenery.
    Report scenery-making: say "Updated."
    Not-scenery-making is an action applying to one thing. Understand "unscenery [something]" as not-scenery-making.
    Check not-scenery-making when the noun is the locality: say "A room can't be portable." instead.
    Carry out not-scenery-making: now the noun is not scenery.
    Report not-scenery-making: say "Updated."
    Enterable-making is an action applying to one thing. Understand "enterable [something]" as enterable-making.
    Check enterable-making when the noun is not a supporter and the noun is not a container: say "That can't be entered." instead.
    Carry out enterable-making: now the noun is enterable.
    Report enterable-making: say "Updated."
    Not-enterable-making is an action applying to one thing. Understand "unenterable [something]" as not-enterable-making.
    Check not-enterable-making when the noun is not a supporter and the noun is not a container: say "That can't be entered." instead.
    Carry out not-enterable-making: now the noun is not enterable.
    Report not-enterable-making: say "Updated."
    Proper-naming is an action applying to one thing. Understand "proper [something]" as proper-naming.
    Check proper-naming when the noun is not a thing: say "That can't be proper-named." instead.
    Carry out proper-naming: now the noun is proper-named.
    Report proper-naming: say "Updated."
    Improper-naming is an action applying to one thing. Understand "improper [something]" as improper-naming.
    Check improper-naming when the noun is not a thing: say "That can't be improper-named." instead.
    Carry out improper-naming: now the noun is improper-named.
    Report improper-naming: say "Updated."