What is equivalence good for?

Started Jul 25, 2014 | Discussions thread
Austinian
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Re: What is equivalence good for?

mostlyboringphotog wrote:

Austinian wrote:

mostlyboringphotog wrote:

How can I make this on topic? So what's the equivalence of ASCII "$" and "%"

"Equivalent" bits to represent these characters in ASCII? Or just plain "equal number of"? Hmmm.

I can't believe I've spent several minutes thinking about this.

Not equivalent was what I was thinking

And do thank you for taking the trouble to think about if even if you don't believe

Oh, I believe in ASCII. It's never let me down, even from the earliest 8-bit Atari days.

And since I troubled you; I came up with: $ and % is equivalent to ham and cheese and they go together like peanut butter and jelly.

Prove it! Rigorously!

(Always glad to help with the "senior" status.)

BTW, negative space is also a space...

I vaguely recall working with some aerospace antennas that were actually specially shaped and dimensioned holes in other structures, way back when...

And, just so I'm posting on-topic:

Equivalence made me buy my A77 II rather than that tempting FZ1000. Equivalence is not just for the FF guys, bobn2.

(and I know you never said that)

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