Otis Gospodnetic writes (3/28/2005 7:34 AM):
>iff = if and only if. Not a typo, but it may be redundant.
>
>
Definitely not a typo, but also definitely redundant since the integers
are partitioned into beforezero, zero and afterzero.
However, nobody seems to have noticed the other change below. Ben is
asking whether the polarity is opposite (look at after<>before).
Chuck
> Ben <newreaders@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>>Is there a typo in the javadoc for Term.compareTo(Term other)?
>>
>>>From javadoc:
>>
>>Compares two terms, returning an integer which is less than zero iff
>>this term belongs after the argument, equal zero iff this term is
>>equal to the argument, and greater than zero iff this term belongs
>>after the argument.
>>
>>Shouldn't it be:
>>
>>Compares two terms, returning an integer which is less than zero if
>>this term belongs before the argument, equal zero if this term is
>>equal to the argument, and greater than zero if this term belongs
>>after the argument
>>
>>
>>

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