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Re: Junction AlgebraMessage ID:

ef30550b0903300622g460e37c3nea84f5495a2f32bb@mail.gmail.comHere's another useful one: any($x) eqv all($x) eqv one($x) eqv $x but: none($x) !eqv $x That is, applying any, all, or one to a one-item list produces the equivalent to a single item. For an empty list: any() eqv all() eqv (). But what about one() and none()? -- Jonathan "Dataweaver" LangThread Previous | Thread Next

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