New Cross-LFS book - what about the printed version?
Norman J Heckscher
Norman.Heckscher at utas.edu.au
Fri Apr 29 18:48:16 PDT 2005
steve crosby wrote:
> The question is, with the new multi-choice cross-lfs book being worked
> on, how are we planning on producing a hardcopy version? Questions
> regarding the "linear" flow of the book are resolved by using smart
> XML processing, but I've yet to see that technology in paperback ;)
Years ago as a kid I remember reading some books that were from a series
called "Choose your own adventure". At certain points in these books
you were given a choice on what the main character would do next. You
were usually given 2 or 3 options and, depending on your choice, you
would turn to a different page. The story of the main character was all
dependent on what choices you made and which pages you turned to. I see
a printed version of the multi-choice/cross-lfs book being written in a
If you choose 1, then continue reading.
If you choose 2, then turn to page 9.
If you choose 3, then turn to page 11.
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