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I am filling very stupid. I am working on a project on which one of the requirements is: "processing each sentence should take less than TBD milliseconds"

What does that mean?

Thanks for your help.

And, please, don't laugh at me :(
Posted 9-Apr-11 8:37am

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Could it just be that the specs you have are incomplete? TBD could mean To Be Defined.
SAKryukov at 10-Apr-11 2:02am
He he he, a 5.
Espen Harlinn at 10-Apr-11 7:12am
Somebody was in a hurry :)
Mika Wendelius at 10-Apr-11 7:20am
I just hope that when the TBD gets replaced with actual values, they won't be unreasonable. Otherwise the OP may be in problems.

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