RE: Sets and bags / Identity of a link



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Joaquin Miller (miller@joaquin.net)
Tue, 23 Jan 2001 14:49:38 -0500


This message does not address the question about the possibility of two links of the same type between the same objects. The message simply points out something about this remark: >Relations are a more basic notion, and therefore deserve to be built-in. You can always create a set of links. That is according to the East Coast school. The West Coast school would say something more like: Links are a more basic notion, and therefore deserve to be built-in. You can always define a relationship. Cordially, Joaquin ................................................ Joaquin Miller Chief Architect Financial Systems Architects mailto:joaquin@acm.org San Francisco phone: +1 (510) 336-2545 fax: +1 (510) 336-2546 PGP Fingerprint: CA23 6BCA ACAB 6006 E3C3 0E79 2122 94B4 E5FD 42C3


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