On 03/11/16 14:59, Lawrence Paulson wrote:
> Let’s be clear: the semantics of type int is well-defined. It denotes
> the set of integers over a specific finite range of values, and if this
> range is exceeded, exception Overflow is raised. If one’s requirements
> fit within that range of values then there is no rational reason to
> suffer a penalty in order to widen that range.

Back to field 1.

We need to reboot the project "Enlightment and Rationalism" from some
centuries ago.


        Makarius


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