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Jeff Lowery scripsit:
> Real numbers aren't a type???
Well, if a type is just a set/class, then yes, they are. I think it more
useful to exclude uncountable classes from the types. Floating-point
numbers are definitely a type: they are countable and in fact finite.
Integers and rational numbers are a type: countable but not finite.
John Cowan email@example.com
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