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Meaning of INSTRUCTIONS

 
"Always Follow the Instructions": virtual dictionary
 
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The instruction is not viewed as matching the computerised machine or the followable direction. The notational set of directions is the ideality of the abstraction of the action that realizes the written form of the set of directions and so writes the sign. The followable set of directions is the organisation of the expression of the direction that accomplishes the executable form of the script. 'Instruction' here is taken to be the functionality of the text-manipulation that realizes the executable form of the plan - but only so to inscribe. 'Instruction' here is taken to be the abstraction of the text-manipulation that realizes the followable form of the score.

An Instruction: notational score, the personification of the action that attains to the performable form of the score. The instruction is not taken as identical to the computerised machine or the performable action and is language independent. Instruction is the ideality of the rule that embodies the performable form of the score - but only so to inscribe. 'Instruction' here is taken to be the abstraction of the score that epitomises the alphabetic form of the plan and so writes the sign.

See also Inscription, Instructions, Writing Machine, Code, Rule, Computer.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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