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Discussion of "orsi"
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Comment #6: Re: Sequence or Tuple
Curtis W Franks (Tue Feb 9 21:29:56 2016)

gleki wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > gleki wrote:
> > > krtisfranks wrote:
> > > > Your example of rely'orsi makes me think that you want orsi to
> mean
> >
> > > > "tuple" in English. Is this interpretation correct?
> > >
> > >
> > > And I wonder how porsi1 or porsi2 is not "tuple".
> >
> >
> > porsi1 might be and porsi2 along with porsi3 might be enough to specify

> > which one it is, but it would probably be nice to be able to
> > the terms ("components") explicitly, especially by feeding them in
> > individually or as an ordered list (which makes it get kind of meta,
> I
> > think that that is okay).
> > And it might be the case the porsi does not work at all. I have been
> > thinking about this problem for a long time and I oscillate.
> So it'd a tuple with explicit probably immutable number of places and
> some default unspecified rules of how the order is formed (unimportant,
> relevant to physical implementation)?

I presently think so.

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