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# Re: Programming is the Engineering Discipline of the Science that is Mathematics

From: Keith H Duggar <duggar_at_alum.mit.edu>
Date: 11 Jun 2006 19:13:16 -0700

vc wrote:
> >
> That's an irrelevant remark. See above.

Stop claiming that relevant material you are too limited to recognize as relevant is irrelevant. Dishonest idiot.

> > Are you suggesting that they need merging?
>
> You are confused, the OP does (see his talk about
> "generalizing"), not me.

You are confused and spouting meaningless gibberish. "merging" != generalize, idiot. You seem to gravitate to these meaningless comments like your prior "conjuring" "spirit" crap. Probably because you have nothing concrete and original to offer.

> > Classical mechanics is a special case of relativity. Do
> > they need merging? The pythagorean theorem is a special
> > case of the cosine law. Do they need merging? Deductive
> > logic is a special case of inductive logic. Do they need
> > merging?
> >
>
> You are preachig to the choir.

Idiot, do you understand you are contradicting yourself? Previously you thought "merging" = generalization, now you claim to agree to a comment that "merging" != generalize.

> He relied on the non-existing value, not an existing but
> unknown/indeterminate value. There is no x*zero simply
> because x does not exist.

Now you think undefined = "not exist"? Idiot.

And stop trying to regurgitate wikipeducation. Try developing some original thoughts and analysis instead.

> Independence can be (and is) defined as P(A and B) =
> P(A)*P(B). It works with whatever values of P(A) and P(B)
> as opposed to the conditional probability formulation.