|You're better of than me, you have a parser.
I still have not found a language-parser that accepts colours and 3-dimensional shapes as input.
My thoughts are beautiful streams of colours, I can almost watch them shining on their way through my head.
Every input, once it entered my head through one of my input-devices (eyes, ears, nose, internal memory...),
is converted to colourful shapes automatically, processed by 3-dimensional multi channel methods, archived in dynamic memory,
and linked to similar shapes on-the-fly. Every image has a source-flag telling me where it came from.
This flag is very important, because I have to know what came from my ears (it has to be sound) and what from my eyes (has to be light),
from my nose (has to be smell), or from internal sources (may be memories, other thoughts, or ideas).
My memory works just as 3-dimensional and can hold only images with some metadata. Anyway, I got a buffer for text, to make output run a bit faster.
Once a thougt has been processed an is waiting to be expressed, the dilemma begins. I see its complex structure, but I still have to
find the correct vocabulary and build a one-dimensional sentence. If I want to describe a sound, I can clearly see the sound in my mind,
but nobody would understand what I mean if I described the picture. It's the same with ideas for C# programs. I can see the program's
structure, usually those things look very nice in light red and deep blue on white background, but when I want to explain it so somebody,
my incomplete language-parser reaches its limit again and I have to make it look more simple that it is.
That's why I rather grab a pencil and draw my ideas, instead of writing them down. I can also paint sounds, smells, numbers, emotions, .NET namespaces...
Simple words are not complex enough for me, but unfortunately I have to use them to talk to other people.
Statistics by serious scientists say that one (or more) person out of 200 thinks in colours, many of them also hear/smell/... like that, just like me.
Unfortunately these statistics also say, that our colours and shapes are unique, for example the same number looks
completely different for two people. Let two people paint the same sound, and you'll get completely different pictures.
Damn it, I'll need language for all times. Where's my fast, easy-to-use and bug-free parser?