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 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-12-08, 01:46 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus I asked Bill Allombert, who writes Pari-GP code,... I asked Bill Allombert, who writes Pari-GP code, about the parsing of a && b || c. According to him,
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-12-07, 23:56 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus This reminds me of a joke I heard as a child:The... This reminds me of a joke I heard as a child:The village blacksmith told his apprentice, "When I take the shoe out of the fire, I'll lay it on the anvil; and when I nod my head, you hit it with this...
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-12-07, 15:03 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus Huh. If c is TRUE, (a && b) || c evaluates to... Huh. If c is TRUE, (a && b) || c evaluates to TRUE, but a && (b || c) evaluates to the same truth value as a. It looks like Pari used the latter parsing instead of the former. Weird!
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-12-07, 02:00 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus Since when? The documentation I looked at says Since when? The documentation I looked at says
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-09-30, 16:19 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus It's not the math. The individual operations of... It's not the math. The individual operations of additon, subtraction, and multiplication are all defined for the integers. Division, except by zero, is defined for the rational numbers. ...
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-09-30, 12:06 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus This is a case where punctuation really would be... This is a case where punctuation really would be a matter of life and death! "Behead, not pardon" and "Behead not, pardon" have opposite meanings.
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2021-09-29, 00:31 Replies: 52 Views: 3,142 Posted By Dr Sardonicus The "right answer" then, is "This doesn't parse."... The "right answer" then, is "This doesn't parse." The problem is there's no operator between the 2 and the (. In the error message, the ^ appeared directly under the (. I tried to put it there...
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