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Paul K Gleske
Tue Jun 26 13:46:00 GMT 2001
> What does groks mean?
tr.v. Slang grokÃÂ·ked, grokÃÂ·king, groks
To understand profoundly through intuition or empathy.
[Coined by Robert A. Heinlein in his Stranger in a Strange Land.]
Source: The American HeritageÃÂ® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth
Copyright ÃÂ© 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
/grok/, /grohk/ (From the novel "Stranger in a Strange Land", by Robert A.
Heinlein, where it is a Martian word meaning literally "to drink" and
metaphorically "to be one with")
1. To understand, usually in a global sense. Connotes intimate and
Contrast zen, which is similar supernal understanding experienced as a
single brief flash. See also glark.
2. Used of programs, may connote merely sufficient understanding. "Almost
all C compilers grok the "void" type these days."
Source: The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, ÃÂ© 1993-2001 Denis Howe
I thought all programmers needed to know this. Especially any Unix geeks.
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