Finding solutions in lower level language
It is possible to do things using higher level functions, and it’s standard practice, but it may have drawbacks. I think it can be argued that lower level language is easier to understand than higher level language, so some people might be able to proceed using lower level language who could not proceed using higher level language. Well, it appears as if it would be very difficult to use lower level language to build our own higher level functions, which we must do — we must use higher level language — but I think I’m discovering that, for one thing, there is more to lower level language than I thought, that I was thinking some aspects of language which I thought were higher level actually aren’t, in other words, actually they are fundamental, which, come to think of it, could be used as an alternative term for lower level, and then that actual solutions emerge from that recognition.
So, really, the way it looks is, my problem is solved, and I’ll be able to build and maintain my database by navigating a DOM element, my database … <span id=”thedatabase”> … using DOM methods.
I mean, these observations about textarea are the result of my attempt to discover how to copy HTML from the DOM, somehow, to the clipboard, and then save it using the text editor, and then, when beginning a new session, how to get that HTML back into some kind of empty vessel, a web page built for the purpose, which, where, earlier, I struggled with it a lot, now looks to be quite straightforward.
pi, by the way, is a url
We can continue in this manner.