This approach refers to a Bitwise combinations syntax,
precisely the opposite way of Natural Language.
I understand that, but the point of a natural language syntax is that it is readable, more or less, without an internal translation layer on the part of the reader. Like any syntax, it probably could become second nature (like how | is a bitwise OR and || is a logical OR), but I completely fail to see the advantage of using the syntax in your short LINQ examples.
My eyes. They burn. That looks like the coding equivalent of the Bieber-beast
Seriously, why? The whole point about LINQ is that it's a natural looking syntax. This takes terse to the nth degree. While it might be clever, I have to ask what problem domain you're attempting to solve here. Why should I invest my time learning this?
Just what I want to avoid, a premature disinterest.
You can help me in this matter?
The project propose a toolkit for data query, mining and transformation across multiple formats strong typed objects, dynamic objects, JSON, XML and CSV to attend many real world companies issues like systems integration, B.I, etc.
Have you ever heard of an elevator pitch? You have a product that you're trying to get us interested in here. You have 60 seconds to tell us what problem you're trying to solve here and how it does it. Taking jQuery as an example - the problem is different browsers have different HTML implementations; jQuery provides a consistent API that works regardless of the underlying browser. That's an easy problem domain to define, and an easy solution to sell.
What problem are you trying to solve? What can I not do today that this will solve for me?
I read your proposal and I watched the YouTube video. At the end of it I was no further forward. Throwing phrases like Flex Data Formats Interchange Cross Platforms tells me nothing. Seriously. Write your proposal in English, not technical shorthand. Your refusal to understand that we aren't going to just download a spam posting isn't doing you any favours.
Tell you what. Why don't you write an article about this? This is, after all, what CodeProject is all about. If you write an article clearly showing what this solves, you might actually find that people are more receptive. Right now, you're winning no friends here.
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