stratum wrote:Surprizingly the artificial language named Esperanto is in the list.
I wouldn't call making compound words from other whole words agglutinization. Agglutinizing languages tack on or infix clitics--particles that impart meaning, but generally do not stand on their own as words.
Anyways, I'm busy learning more about C++ than I ever wanted to know. Apparently, I learned the Gnu dialect (which makes sense to me) rather than the ISO version which Microsoft slavishly adheres to in its compiler. Apparently, if I parse ASCII chars, I can't use ranges for my case statements, but have to do 90+ case statements to handle letters and numbers.