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"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" scripsit:
> Ok. Still, he said
> "types first and formost define a concept of membership.
> Such definitions must be formal and unambiguous."
> So are you saying "unambiguous" means countable?
No, that's a side constraint. Real numbers are a class/set with uncountably
many members, but not a type. Floating-point numbers are a type.
Only do what only you can do. John Cowan <email@example.com>
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