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Re: Re: Re: Nested Quantum::Superpositions

by TheDamian (Priest)
on Nov 07, 2003 at 21:07 UTC ( #305445=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Nested Quantum::Superpositions
in thread Nested Quantum::Superpositions

Q::S is really a neat package, IMHO, but a bit of a mind-bender initially.
Obviously for their inventor too, since he apparently couldn't even get a simple example right in the docs! ;-)

I'm sure the module's new maintainer will update them accordingly for the next release.

Meanwile I do appreciate the bug report. One of the projects I'm currently working on is finalizing the semantics of Perl 6 junctions, which are an evolution of quantum superpositions. One of my goals is to simplify those semantics to make them a little more intuitive/predictable, and a lot less mind-bending.

Being able to watch your learning process in this thread has been of real value to me in doing that. Thank-you.

And thanks to tilly for the usual masterful explanations, for the bug report, and especially for drawing my (all too thinly spread) attention to this thread.


Comment on Re: Re: Re: Nested Quantum::Superpositions
Re: Re: Re: Re: Nested Quantum::Superpositions
by zby (Vicar) on Nov 10, 2003 at 11:38 UTC
    Just a bit more of mind-bending: is there a solution the the equation: x = all(1,4)?
      Just a bit more mind-bending: is there a solution the the equation: x = all(1,4)?

      That isn't all that mind-bending actually:

      use Quantum::Superpositions; my $x = all(any(1,4),any(1,4)); #also: all(any(1,4),any(1,4)) if($x == all(1,4)){ print "Solved\n"; }

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