You have gotten here by going to the html source. You have applied Place-Value Resolution Recursion. This is really good! But I must ask two things of you.

1) Please do not tell anyone how to get here, but don't discourage them either. It is important to understand the objective and telling someone how to get here is really not doing them any favors. Nor is it doing me any favors. I don't want to have to try to explain to someone what they didn't get early on, ok?

2) Send me Email. Tell me a little about your interest in this project, if you will. Also, tell me how I can get intouch with you (Email address), so I can give you the web page location that continues this project. And yes, we will be getting to the what and how details.

BONUS: For getting here.

The pictogram, Visual V.I.C. Development Tool above can be used in many ways but to start off:

The CENTER represents the V.I.C. Core or Application Program.

The SECOND RING out represents the second level or phase of development, the Definitions and Processes.

The THIRD RING out represents the End-User use level of the V.I.C.

And one way of using the THREE OUTER DIAGRAMS is:
Bottom = Place-Value : Top Left = Resolution : Top Right = Recursion.

The STRAIGHT LINES represent the relationships of the three diagrams to each other, and to the three levels or phases of the V.I.C.

REMEMBER: There are only Nine Commands. And Send Me Email so you can get to the continuing web page.

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