In article <email@example.com>, Zeit Geist <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > If your "Y c X" in the above means that Y is PROPER subset of X ( a > > > > subset of X but not equal to X) then your statement is quite correct, > > > > but the "Y c X" notation is not always interpreted as requiring "not > > > > equal to". > > > > > Thanks Virgil, > > I realized that I didn't mention that. That is how I usually interpret it, > but not everyone does. Of course, things get interpreted rather > strangely around here. > > ZG
Which is why I try to be as precise and clear as possible.
But no matter how hard I try, WM, for one, manages to both misinterpret and misrepresent what I have said. --