On Oct 31, 5:30 am, rich...@cogsci.ed.ac.uk (Richard Tobin) wrote: > In article <ef46bd8a-882b-4ed8-8aff-8c902f0d1...@uc4g2000pbc.googlegroups.com>, > Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > > >I have a listable set of all Reals. > > You are lying, of course. > > But let's pretend that you aren't. If you find some way to convey it, > we will tell you some reals that are missing. > > -- Richard >
This is not difficult! This is a maths problem.
Given a list say:
0.11000.. 0.00111.. 0.11000.. 0.00011.. ...
YOU THEN SAY
0.1001.. is the DIAGAONAL
So BY EXTRAPOLATION TO ALL ROWS 0.0110.. is not equal to any row of the LIST.
But when faced with a COUNTABLE SET (NOT AN ENUMERATION - AN ENUMER-ABLE SET)