In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> Infinity is certainly not a number with a finite number of zeros left > of the decimal point. In analysis oo has more digits than any finite > number. Do you know the definition: For every n in |N : n < oo.
Numbers do not have digits, only numerals, which are not numbers but only names of numbers, have digits.
And "oo", whether regarded as a numeral or the name of a number, has no digits at all.
Until WM can distinguish between numerals and numbers, he should stop trying to dictate how they must behave. --