RE: 99 bottles of beer
> Moreover, I found that > (1 to 2) != 10 returns false, and (1,2) != 10 returns > true.... I am really missing something here, this must be a > faq somewhere :S ). Well, I'm missing something too because (1 to 2) and (1,2) are the same sequence. And Andrew Welch got it wrong in his reply too... X OP Y means some $x in X, $y in Y satisfies $x op $y where (OP, op) are a corresponding pair of operators, e.g. (!=, ne) So (1 to 2) != 10 means some $x in (1 to 2) satisfies $x ne 10 which of course is true. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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