Re: Collapsing Junction states?

```HaloO,

Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
```
```I expect that \$a will become one(True, False, True).  \$a doesn't
collapse to a non-Junction False until it is used in a boolean context.
```

```
My proposal is a different unification behavior in one() junctions.

```
```        my \$a = one(1,2,3) % 2 == 1;
-->  my \$a = one(1%2, 2%2, 3%2) == 1;
```
```
-->  my \$a = one(1,0,1) == 1;
-->  my \$a = one(0) == 1;

```
```   -->  my \$a = one(1%2 == 1, 2%2 == 1, 3%2 == 1);
```
```
-->  my \$a = one(0 == 1)

```
```   -->  my \$a = one( True, False, True );
```
```
-->  my \$a = one(False);

```
```I agree that one() with collapsing values isn't dwimmy (or useful),
which is part of the reason for my original message.
```
```
I agree as well, but make a different proposal how to resolve it.
BTW, how does an empty junction work? That could happen not only
with one() but also through one(1,2,1,2) in my proposal. So one()
is just another way of writing False ;)

Regards, TSa.
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