I don't quite see the problem.IsNull wrote: Gio, could you probably elaborate on the term "Apps". I do not really see how a plural form makes sense in a languages name.
"I have written an EasyNewApps Script today."
I have written a new script today with EasyNewApps.
I have written a new ENA script today.
I have written a new script today.
I have written a script using EasyNewApps today.
I've written and ENA script today.
I'm not a native english speaker. Could you clarify? Are there any puns on it?
Besides, the term "script" is a technical term.
I have written a new application today with EasyNewApps.