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- From: Paul Prescod <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 12:33:22 -0500
David Megginson wrote:
> But you cannot always take two references and determine if they do
> *not* refer to the same object -- that depends on the design.
"Do these refer to the same object?" => Yes/No/Maybe
I'm not familiar with a system like that. Can you give an example?
Obviously boolean logic is MUCH easier to work with than tri-nary logic.
Is there a good reason to allow a system fully connected to the Internet
with access to the URL to return "not proven?"
> Sounds like a simple enough extension to HTTP.
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