Why tech speak is not a natural language

Why tech speak is not a natural language:

The required attribute is a boolean attribute. When specified, the element is required.

Constraint validation: If the element is required, and its value IDL attribute applies and is in the mode value, and the element is mutable, and the element’s value is the empty string, then the element is suffering from being missing.

For starters, I am pretty sure code cannot in and of itself “suffer,” though those of us that must deal with it are  different story.

From Common input element attributes courtesy of the W3C.

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