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No real world example of CLI? How about natural language?
"Pass the salt, please!"
"Here you go!"
According to one source I found on the net published in October of 2008 (link)
In Europe, 35% of new cars are silver, while Asia goes even farther to 37%. North American buyers only choose silver 20% of the time, however, because white (18%) and black (17%) are both gaining ground. Red (13%) and blue (12%) are also popular, with categories like 'naturals' and 'other' bringing up the rear with 9% and 7% respectively. Green gets just 4% of the market.
Actually, and I don't understand this myself, one of the most popular colour for Porsches is 'Speed Yellow' which is a similar garish yellow to the one on the car in the article.
Do you have a source on the #s of each colour that Porche makes / sells for recent model years, or are you just going by what you see? I've always wondered how the colors break down.
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