[eeps] Proposal for /\ and \/ operators
Zoltan Peter Toth
Thu Feb 26 14:03:38 CET 2009
mats cronqvist wrote:
> Joe Armstrong <> writes:
>> > I'm sick of writing my own max and min functions.
>>> Aren't you?
>> Not really - If I didn't know Erlang or If I didn't know all the
>> language I's assume
>> that /\ meant AND and \/ meant OR. This would confuse lots of people.
> why would you think they meant AND/OR? I thought "/\" meant "lambda"
> at first, but AND/OR?
Typical equations in the language of Boolean algebra are /x/?/y/ =
/y/?/x/, /x/?/x/ = /x/, /x/?¬/x/ = /y/?¬/y/, and /x/?/y/ = /x/.
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