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[REBOL] Re: Sameness - an abstract approach.

From: joel:neely:fedex at: 13-Feb-2003 14:45

Hi, Romano, See below... Romano Paolo Tenca wrote:
> Hi Ladislav, > > > there is only one Rebol integer number 1 not having any position at > > all, while we can have many positions referring to it. > > Now i understand well your point of view. Thanks for the explanation. > > You are lucky! If integer were mutable, I could change all the 1 of > your code in 2 with a simple: > > x: 1 > change x 2 > > :-) >
You're dangerously close to scoring bonus points on the "Hacker Test" located at http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~susan/joke/hacker.htm which gauges how long/much one has been programming. The following are the relevant questions: 0015 Ever change the value of 4? 0016 ... Unintentionally? 0017 ... In a language other than Fortran? I wonder how many of us still know how it was done in Fortran? ;-) -jn- -- ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Joel Neely joelDOTneelyATfedexDOTcom 901-263-4446 Atlanta, Ga. - Scientists at the Centers for Disease Control today confirmed that hoof-and-mouth disease cannot be spread by Microsoft's Outlook email application, believed to be the first time the program has ever failed to propagate a major virus.