Damian Conway wrote:
> Jon Lang wrote:
>> For that matter, I'm not seeing a difference between:
>> any( 1&2 ) # any of all of (1, 2)
>> any( 1, 2 ) # any of (1, 2)
> Those two are very different.
> any(1,2) == 2 is true
> any(1&2) == 2 is false
> Nested heterogeneous junctions are extremely useful. For example, the
> common factors of two numbers ($x and $y) are the eigenstates of:
> all( any( factors($x) ), any( factors($y) ) )
I stand corrected. That said: with the eigenstates method now
private, it is now quite difficult to get a list of the eigenstates of
the above expression.
Jonathan "Dataweaver" Lang