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    A portable interpretable object code expressed as Unicode characters

    843851
      A portable interpretable object code expressed as Unicode characters

      My idea of a portable interpretable object code suitable for encoding into Unicode is presently at a point somewhere on the line between abstract pure mathematics and practical, widely used information technology.

      There is more information in the following thread.

      http://forum.high-logic.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=2364

      There has also been a thread in the Unicode Public Email List.

      http://www.unicode.org/mail-arch/unicode-ml/y2009-m03/0168.html

      http://www.unicode.org/mail-arch/unicode-ml/y2009-m03/

      Encoding of the portable interpretable object code is currently into plane 15, which is one of the Unicode Private Use Areas. Maybe a portable interpretable object code will one-day be encoded into regular Unicode, perhaps in plane 12.

      I am thinking that if an MHP application written in Java were produced which interprets the portable interpretable object code, then a sandbox environment could be produced that would enable lots of people to program content for the MHP platform by writing a program in the portable interpretable object code and that program be interpreted by the MHP application.

      William Overington

      3 April 2009