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Re: Re: Re: Reduce and Indeterminate
On 18 Apr 2008, at 15:42, W_Craig Carter wrote: > Dear Szabolics, > What a delightful sense of humor! > >> Yes, a statement can be true, it can be false, or it might not make >> any sense. If it does not make sense, then considering it false is >> just as bad as considering it true. >> > > So, if I don't understand this sentence, it is of no use. If I do > understand it, then it is superfluous. > > Very good indeed! > Actually, all Mathematica's predicate functions (those whose name's end with Q) will return False whenever they cannot decide that it is True. So you can get: TrueQ["2+2 = 4"] False Andrzej Kozlowski (I notice also that Hungarian names are as hard to remember as Polish ones ;-) ).