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Re: Which normal form is this violating?

From: Andrew Hamm <ahamm_at_sanderson.net.au>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 16:45:45 +1000
Message-ID: <aatbn0$de85n$1@ID-79573.news.dfncis.de>


Daniel Guntermann wrote in message ...
>"--CELKO--" <71062.1056_at_compuserve.com> wrote in message
>news:c0d87ec0.0204291423.4e83e452_at_posting.google.com...
>> >> No, the theory says no such thing. <<
>>
>> How many sets of Integers are there?
>
>1. (Null)
>2. (Null)
>3. (0)
>4. (0,1)
>5. (0,1)
>6. (0,1,2)
>
>oops, I lost count. ;)
>

I think he probably meant "distinct" sets... Don't let the argument get lost in pedantry.

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Received on Fri May 03 2002 - 01:45:45 CDT

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