On 11-11-17 11:33 AM, HallMarc Websites wrote:

To all:

Okay, so now that we have had people reply, here's my take.

The Unix timestamp started on 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 +0000 -- and that was

The second before (i.e., 31 December, 1969 23:59:59:59 + 0000) was null,
which was Wednesday.

I take issue with this. The second before was -1 seconds from the epoch.
is the absence of a value, so you can't get to null by simple arithmetic.
I learnt
about negative numbers from the Greeks. And no, I'm not going to comment
on their current mathematical difficulties.



But the point still stands: -1 !== null.


What if we were to throw in quantum duality in here?  Null and !Null at the
same time


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