Original sentence: In the same way, we'll see that C does not have built-in features to perform every function that we might ever need to do while programming.

Source:

Extra Comments:

Clause 1: In the same way, we'll see (sth=that...)

Clause 2: that C does not have built-in features to perform every function

Clause 3: that(=function) we might ever need to do while programming.

Analysis:

Clause 1: In the same way, we'll see (sth=that...)

S+V: we'll see
C:

Q:
E: we'll see (sth=that...)
C:

Q:
E: In the same way, we'll see (sth=that...)
C:

Clause translation:

Clause 2: that C does not have built-in features to perform every function

S+V: C does not have
C:

Q:
E: C does not have built-in features
C:

Q:
E: C does not have built-in features to perform every function
C:

Q:
E: that C does not have built-in features to perform every function
C:

Clause translation:

Clause 3: that(=function) we might ever need to do while programming.

S+V: we might need
C:

Q:
E: that(=function) we might need
C:

Q:
E: we might need
C:

Q:
E: we might need to do
C:

Q:
E: that(=function) we might need to do
C:

Q:
E: that(=function) we might need to do while programming.
C:

Q:
E: that(=function) we might ever need to do while programming.
C:

Clause translation:

Final translation: 同樣道理,我們會學到C並沒有內建的功能來執行每一件你寫程式時需要做的事。

BACK