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Re: [vox-tech] Success with fltk and SDL_image



Has anybody stopped to notice that Bill's code doesn't actually work
because of a couple of a trivial errors in his code?  I can prove it, too!
Using several methods, in fact.  For example, using the set theory, ...

^.^

-Mark


On Wed, 12 May 2004, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> On Wed 12 May 04,  9:06 PM, Micah J. Cowan <micah@cowan.name> said:
> >
> > Math often has several ways to arrive at the same conclusion.
>
> when you have "several ways to arrive at the same conclusion", this is
> precisely nature's way of telling you that there are deeper connections
> to be made if you haven't already made them.  that's just the way nature
> works.  any good researcher will tell you that.
>
> whether you're talking about different ways of proving the abel ruffini
> theorem or counting states of a black hole using classical, statistical
> and quantum mechanical means, or whatever.  there are no coincidences in
> nature.
>
> this is what separates people who study math from people who use math.
>
> ok.  this is waaaay off topic.  and i don't have the time or energy for
> a sustained debate.  now tell me i'm wrong and then let's agree to
> disagree.  ;)
>
> pete
>
>
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