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Alright, then in learning from this brain teaser not only have I learned the original point, but also stumbled upon another concept that I need to read up on. Thank you!

I take it then that aliasing was meant to make our lives easier both in how we code as well as in how we think about the whole process?

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in thread NEWBIE Brain Teaser by nysus

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