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And before we drift off the topic of recursion, I'm going to seize the rare opportunity to post my artistic tribute to Douglas Hofstadter:
I like this plan, especially taken to the obvious extreme.I'm going to petition for a holiday to commemorate the day Pi finally got its commemorative day.
As long as nobody starts a recursion thread.I like this plan, especially taken to the obvious extreme.
Please do not. Recursion makes my head hurt. Makes my head hurt. Head Hurt. Hurt...
The good thing about headaches caused by recursion is that there's a rather elegant way to clear them up using just one analgesic...Please do not. Recursion makes my head hurt. Makes my head hurt. Head Hurt. Hurt...
That looks so much more exactly the same !Edit: here.
You mean something like: if nLoopCount > 1,000,000 then throw exception ASA?The good thing about headaches caused by recursion is that there's a rather elegant way to clear them up using just one analgesic...
Please note that the use of [itex] \pi , \sqrt{2}[/itex] or [itex]e[/itex] in any argument automatically makes it irrational.I'm not sure I believe in ##\pi##. The arguments I've seen for it were pretty much circular.
For any real time process, ##it## is complex.Please note that the use of [itex] \pi , \sqrt{2}[/itex] or [itex]e[/itex] in any argument automatically makes it irrational.
Acceptable. Every transcendent argument is irrational.Please note that the use of [itex] \pi , \sqrt{2}[/itex] or [itex]e[/itex] in any argument automatically makes it irrational.
If you have a problem, you need ##\pi##!I'm not sure I believe in ##\pi##. The arguments I've seen for it were pretty much circular.
I can't count the number of irrational arguments out there.Please note that the use of [itex] \pi , \sqrt{2}[/itex] or [itex]e[/itex] in any argument automatically makes it irrational.
How many reals could Cantor count if Cantor could count reals?I can't count the number of irrational arguments out there.
I thought I saw stars in the picture, but my screen was dusty :(
For a while, dialing an unassigned MIT phone number produced the message "I'm sorry, the number you have dialed is imaginary. Please multiply by i and dial again."For any real time process, it is complex.
I is on the 4 key on a phone keypad. So dial *4 after or 4* before?For a while, dialing an unassigned MIT phone number produced the message "I'm sorry, the number you have dialed is imaginary. Please multiply by i and dial again."