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Re: [TS 270]--Re:Re: [TS 48]--Re:why isn't Rational[1,2] (apparently) atomic until it is evaluated?
On Thu, 4 Jan 2007 18:00:00 UT, Tom Zeller wrote: > I suspect for the same reason that other unevaluated expression of the > same basic form are non-atomic, e.g. > > In:= g=Blort[a,b] > > Out= Blort[a,b] > > This is not an atom ...1 > > In:= AtomQ[g] > Out= False > > ... because it can be taken apart > > In:= g[] > Out= a > > In:= g[] > Out= b > > In:= g[] > Out= Blort > > Tom Zeller > Wolfram Research Technical Support Yea, but it just feels weird. Okay, I am out of denial now and am beginning to cope :-] Thank you. -- http://chris.chiasson.name/