Colin Geoffrey Hales wrote:

> BTW there's no such thing as a truly digital computer. They are all
> actually analogue. We just ignore the analogue parts of the state
> transitions and time it all so it makes sense.

And if the analogue part intrudes, the computer has malfunctioned
in some way. So correctly functioning computers are digital.

(And "analogue" physics might turn out to be digital)


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