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Originally Posted by BillyB
Why are you so offended by this? And no, you have me all wrong. How would anything new be created if it werenโt for new ideas?

1) I am not in the least offended.
2) I agree wholeheartedly.
That said, please define the function which has been called "BillyB".
Here is a first take, based on what I have read so far. I am very far from infallible so my definition may be completely wrong.
Let x and y be real numbers.
BillyB(x, y) = x/y for all x, y where x and y are both nonzero.
BillyB(x,0) = 1 for all x not equal to zero.
At the moment I have no idea of the value of the only remaining case, viz BillyB(0,0).
Please enlighten me. This is especially true for the third case, "0/0".