Circular References and Logic
Gary Lawrence Murphy
30 Mar 2002 01:59:29 -0500
>>>>> "f" == fork list <Mr.> writes:
f> And We can get even more complicated, by having many
f> statements, referring to each other in a vast web.
Truth values may also change between the moment you tested #1 and when
you test #2, or if there is a lag between state variable and the
physical world: A real-world example of this is in expecting timestamp
changes on NFS files.
Gary Lawrence Murphy <email@example.com> TeleDynamics Communications Inc
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