From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-01 17:01:31
At 11:46 AM 2/1/2004, John Maddock wrote:
>> Question 2: What if neither exist? Only one exists? My initial thought
>> that these are likely to be errors, so treat them as such. It could be
>> argued that if either or both don't exist, they can't be equivalent, so
>> return false.
>If only one exists, it's not an error, the two are necessarily
>non-equivalent. If neither exists, you have a problem ;-) Probably an
>error, unless someone has a compelling use case.
That makes sense to me, unless someone can come up with counter arguments.
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