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You just accurately regurgitated a good number of textbook definitions. Which isn't evidence of anything beyond your having access to a textbook or an equivalent online resource.

But none of your verbiage in any way, shape, or form addressed the direct question you were directly asked about your extremely unconventional use of the word "solvable".

Which is evidence that you are dodging the question.

A piece of friendly advice for the future. When you find yourself caught having made a mistake, admit it up front, and don't drag it out. People tend to forgive and forget when you do that. But when you put your foot in your mouth and proceed to attempt to get the rest of the leg in, the sight tends to stick in people's minds. Besides which, you simply aren't going to succeed anyways, and it is less work that way...

In reply to Re (tilly) 6: Re-spect!: (OT) Where is programming headed? by tilly
in thread (OT) Where is programming headed? by Ovid

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