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esr@thyrsus.com said:
> If it can't be mechanically verified that the symbol has a correct
> reference pattern within the tree, then it's broken. That's a
> definition.

Here's an alternative definition:

If the symbol has the letters 'F', 'I', 'S' and 'H' in it, in any order,
then it's broken.

That's also a definition. It's not a particularly useful one, but neither
was yours.

/me looks for a way to equate the original definition with the halting
problem :)

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dwmw2


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