155 reputation
4
bio website kobikobi.wordpress.com
location Israel
age 31
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Sep 3 at 10:57

My blog: Regex for solving mazesExpression trees for intersecting rangesRecreational regex
Answers: Regex + HTMLPCRE Grammar to .Net

I’m 31 and live in Israel with my awesome wife Suzi.

I work as a .Net developer at Orbograph, mainly using Asp.Net MVC. Before that I worked as a SharePoint developer.


Feel free to contact me:


Nov
26
comment What is the difference between ずに and ない-form?
This sort of makes sense, thanks. On the second sentence, you say the answer should be ~ない because と follows it, but our book says the answer is ならず. We looked again for the answer, and it does look like you are right. Thanks!
Nov
24
comment What is the difference between ずに and ない-form?
We've also found What is the difference between 〜ないではいられない and 〜ずにはいられない, but it didn't quite explain it.
Aug
10
comment What Does 火信 Mean?
Do you suppose it could mean "Abiding faith"? The source may be a Hebrew word that is hard to translate - it's a combination of Abiding and Burning. I like this answer. I'm not sure about Chinese though - "fire letter" doesn't make much sense either :)
Aug
10
comment What Does 火信 Mean?
Hmm... less likely, but also interesting. - it was written from the top down: 火 above 信.
Aug
9
comment What Does 火信 Mean?
Thank you, that is a very interesting answer. The gentleman in question certainly wasn't Japanese, I think he spoke Russian (I live in Israel, by the way). My wife studies Japanese as a hobby, and was quick enough to memorize the tattoo. You raise a good point: her guess was also similar to "burning faith" based on the two kanjis. So, basically, if people recognize it as a word and are able to understand its meaning - it is a word.