in reply to Re^3: OT: Mathematics for programming (again)
in thread OT: Mathematics for programming (again)
That's a bit backwards: HOW it gets there is unimportant. That it can accomplish the task eventually is what really matters.
If the Car and the Person were both Touring [sic] complete, and it is known that the Person can Tour France (using feet) then the implication is that the Car can Tour France as well. How it accomplishes that (with wheels) and how long it takes is unimportant. It can simulate the Human's route and make the Tour because it is, by definition, Touring complete.
- Making a Tour = Loops
- Touring France = Looping over all elements in a list of cities
- Using Feet = "for" statement
- Using Wheels = "JMP" statement