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## RE: [xsl] 99 bottles of beer

2007-02-05 15:56:45
```Moreover, I found that
(1 to 2) != 10 returns false, and (1,2) != 10 returns
true.... I am really missing something here, this must be a
faq somewhere :S  ).
```
```

Well, I'm missing something too because (1 to 2) and (1,2) are the same
sequence.

And Andrew Welch got it wrong in his reply too...

X OP Y

means

some \$x in X, \$y in Y satisfies \$x op \$y

where (OP, op) are a corresponding pair of operators, e.g. (!=, ne)

So

(1 to 2) != 10

means

some \$x in (1 to 2) satisfies \$x ne 10

which of course is true.

Michael Kay
http://www.saxonica.com/

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