English2012.10.28 17:22

Transition Signals for Logical division of Ideas

;Transition signals used in logical division include may that you alread know.

 

Sentence connectors

first, second, third, etc.

next, last, finally

In addition, moreover

furthermore

also

 

Others

the first (+ noun)

the/a second (+ noun)

one (+ noun)

another (+ noun)

an additional (+ noun)

 

Transition Signals for order of Importance

;If some of your points are more important than others, you can indicate their relative importance by using these transition signals.

 

Sentence connectors

more importantly

most significantly

above all

primarily

 

Others

a more importance (+ noun)

the most importance (+ noun)

the second most significant (+ noun)

the primary (+ noun)

 

Contrast transition signals

Sentence connectors

However

on the other hand

on the contrary

in contrast

in (by) comparison

 

Conjunctions

but

yet

although

though

even though

while

whereas

 

Others

unlike

differ form

(be) dissimilar

compare to

compare with

 

Comparison transition signal

Sentence connectors

similarly

likewise

also

too

 

Conjunctions

and

both ... and

not only .. but also

as

just as

 

Others

like

just like

alike

as ... as

(be) similar

similar to

the sam (as)

compare to/with

 

Examples

;for example, for instance, in this case, take the case of, to illustrate, as an illustration, to demonstrate, such as

 

Additional Information

;in addition, also, moreover, furthermore, besides, further, furthermore, lastly, finally

 

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Structures/Expressions for eliciting opinions

What do you think of ...?

What's your opinion of ...?

How do you feel about ...?

 

Structures/Expressions for analyzing opinions

Do you really feel/think/believe ...?

Do you really mean to say that ...?

Can you really say that ...?

 

Less Certain/Diplomatic

It seems to me ...

I imagine ...

To the best of my knowledge ...

As far as I know ...

People say ...

I've heard that ...

Wouldn't yu say that ...?

Don't you think that ...?

 

Neutral

I think ...

I believe ...

I'm pretty sure/certain ...

I'd like to say/point out ...

The point is ...

Not everyone will agree, but ...

 

Very Certain

I'm positive/sure/certain ...

I honestly believe/feel/think ...

I'm convinced ...

In my (honest) opinion ...

There's no question in my mind that ...

 

Responeses

 

Less Certain/Neutral

I suppose so/not.

I guess you're right.

If you think so.

It's worth some thought.

Not everyone would agree.

Really?

 

Strong Agreement

Absolutely.

You're absolutely right.

No question.

I totally agree.

I'm convinced/sure you're right.

I couldn't agree more.

Right on.(Less formal)

 

Strong Disagreement

Absolutely not.

Positively not.

I totally disagree.

I'm convinced that's not right.

How can you say that?

Are you kidding?(Less formal)

No way.(Less formal)

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Software2012.05.29 09:11

1. Core Objects와 Interfaces.

 

Database connection object: sqlite3

Prepared statement object: sqlite3_stmt

 

Database connection과 Prepared statement objects들은 아래 C/C++ I/F에 의해 제어 되어진다.

- sqlite3_open()

- sqlite3_prepare()

- sqlite3_step()

- sqlite3_column()

- sqlite3_finalize()

- sqlite3_close()

 

sqlite3_open()

:

 

sqlite3_prepare()

:이 Routine은 SQL text를 prepared statement object로 변환하고 그 object에 포인터를 반환한다. 이 인터페이스는 sqlite3_open()에서 이전 호출에 의해서 생성되는 database connection 포인터 준비되어진 SQL statement를 포함하는 text string를 필요로한다. 이 API는 실제로 SQL statement를 평가하지 않는다. 이것은 거의 평가하기위해서 SQL statement를 준비한다.

 

sqlite3_step()

:이 Routine은 sqlite3_prepare() I/F에 의해서 이전에 생성되어진 prepare statement를 값을 구하기 위해서 사용되어진다. 이 statement는 최대 포인터를 평가하고 여기서 결과의 첫번째 row는 이용 가능하다. 결과의 두번째 row로 나아가기 위해서는 sqlite3_step()을 다시 수행하여야한다. statement가 완료될때까지 sqlite3_step()을 수행하는것을 계속하여야한다. 결과(ex: INSERT, UPDATE, 또는 DELETE statements)를 반환하지 않은 statement들은 sqlite3_step()를 단일 호출할때 완료된다.

 

sqlite3_column()

:

 

 

sqlite3_finalize()

:이 Routine은 sqlite3_prepare()의 이전 호출에 의해서 생성된 prepared statement를 파괴한다. 모든 prepared statement는 메모리 누수를 피하기 위해서 이 루틴 호출을 사용하는 것을 파괴하여야 한다.

 

sqlite3_close()

:

 

source: sqlite.org, "http://www.sqlite.org/cintro.html."

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