Daniel Ruoso wrote:
The thing is that junctions are so cool that people like to use it for
more things than it's really usefull (overseeing that junctions are too
much powerfull for that uses, meaning it will lead to unexpected
behaviors at some point).
What are the general boundaries for junctions?

We know that engineering type problems should be solved using floating point variables rather than integers (although it is probable that an integer solution probably would be possible - it would be excessively complicated).

Perhaps, it might help to see some more examples of how junctions should be used?


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