If "equal" does equal the same thing as "same",
Would "unequal" not equal the same as "insane"?
On Apr 15, 2008, at 7:49 AM, "Andrew Jacobs" <andrew@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
curiousity I looked up 'same' and 'equal' in the Compact Oxford English
• adjective 1 being the same in quantity, size,
degree, value, or status. 2 evenly or fairly balanced: an equal
contest. 3 (equal to) having the ability or resources to meet
• noun a person or thing that is equal to another.
• verb (equalled, equalling; US equaled, equaling) 1
be equal or equivalent to. 2 match or rival.
— ORIGIN Latin aequalis, from
aequus ‘even, level, equal’
• adjective 1 (the same) exactly alike; not
different or changed. 2 (this/that same) referring to a person or
thing just mentioned.
• pronoun 1 (the same) the same thing as
previously mentioned. 2 (the same) identical people or things.
3 the person or thing just mentioned.
• adverb in the same way.
— PHRASES all (or just) the
same 1 nevertheless. 2 anyway. at the same time
— DERIVATIVES sameness noun.
— ORIGIN Old Norse.
'equality' is actually defined in terms of 'sameness'. I think I'll stick to the
Dear VWG - Please find below my feedback on the latest FX rules draft.
- Many of the rules compare elements
of type Currency. The problem with the current rules draft is they do not
take into account the currencyScheme attribute.
- Some of the tests on the data are
ambiguous. For example fx-5 has "must be the same as". This phrase is
undefined. Presumably it is more than just node equality because it takes
into account namespaces, extensions, excluding comments, etc.
- The rules fx-12 refers to "the
calculated schedule dates". This schedule is undefined. It would need to
be defined to be referred to.
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