Aaron Sherman wrote:
> In the end, I'm now questioning the difference between a junction and
> a Range... which is not where I thought this would go.

Conceptually, they're closely related.  In particular, a range behaves
a lot like an any() junction.  Some differences:

1. An any() junction always has a discrete set of options in it; but a
Range could (and generally does) have a continuous set of options.

2. An any() junction can have an arbitrary set of options; a Range's
set of options is defined entirely by its endpoints.

Jonathan "Dataweaver" Lang

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