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[REBOL] Re: help

From: jeff:rebol at: 26-Nov-2000 17:08

In computing terms: 'Mutually independent; well separated; sometimes, irrelevant to. Used in a generalisation of its mathematical meaning to describe sets of primitives or capabilities that, like a vector basis in geometry, span the entire "capability space" of the system and are in some sense non-overlapping or mutually independent.' From: MAKING a series and supplying a number to indicate its storage allocation is orthogonal to converting a number TO a series. Orthogonally, Jeff