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SubjectRe: 2.0.30
>>>2 / 1 / 0 == 2 / 0 / 30
>> ^^^^^ ^^^
>>Actually, anything divided by zero is undefined; you can't divide anything
>>zero ways. So, in essence, 2/1/0 does not equal 2/0/30, as undefined is..
>>err, wait, I guess they are equal. Never mind.
>
>Actually, under IEEE 754 semantics, both are equal to NaN, but NaN is never
>equal to anything, including itself, so IEEE says they are not equal. :-)
As I've already been informed, an undefined number doesn't equal another
undefined number anyway.. after all, undefined numbers are just that:
undefined. <sees how many times he can use 'undefined' in three lines..:>

-=- Brian Smith (palin@lance.ij.net)


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