On 8 Dez., 23:42, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote: > In article
> > A question: Do you believe that there are more than countably many > > finite words? > > Only if words can be built from infinite alphabets.
Wrong. A word is always finite. All finite subsets of |N, for instance, form a countably set. You are very uninformed! > > > Do you believe that you can use infinite words (not finite > > descriptions of infinite sequences). > > If an infinite word can be finitely referenced, just as so many infinite > decimals are finitely referenced, why not? > > > Do you believe that you can put in order what you cannot distinguish? > > Given any pair of decimal numerals, they can be correctly ordered in > finite time. Which requires, among other things, distinguishing them. > --- Zitierten Text ausblenden -
But how do you get any finite sequence of digits of the real number r? You get it from a finite definition!