Date: May 30, 2012 3:22 AM
Author: INFINITY POWER
Subject: THE HALT() PROOF IS THE GREATEST ERROR OF MANKIND IN ALL HISTORY!!!
On May 30, 11:58 am, Peter Olcott <OCR4Screen> wrote:

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> Although the above question is not itself the Halting Problem, the above

> question *IS* the only reason why the self-reference form of the Halting

> Problem has no solution. Because of this the self-reference form of the

> Halting Problem *IS* entirely based on an ill-formed question.

Spot On!

We're not breaking the Halting Conjecture!

The Halting Conjecture is merely a moronic statement that we already knew

about a Halt function that works on every function except itself.

THE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CYCLE

1 SPECIFICATION

2 SCOPE

3 DESIGN

4 PROGRAMMING

5 TESTING

6 DOCUMENTATION

7 HANDOVER

8 MAINTENANCE

9 FOLLOW UP

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STEP 1 - SPECIFICATION

A HALT FUNCTION that determines whether a program being tested will Halt or

not.

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STEP 2 - SCOPE

CONSIDER:

10 IF (HALT(MY-GODEL-NUMBER()) THEN GOTO 10

Test Harness must remain separate from Test Program

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STEP 3 - DEFINITION

...

Turing went straight to STEP 3 and put his foot in his mouth!

Peter, everybody here has cotton wool in their ears!

Lousy mathematicians concoct 'proofs' of the 'impossible' tasks they could

never program themself!

Herc

--

No, I just don't think that the relativity of mathematical truth

is a mathematical topic. It's just something to say. DARYL (SCI.LOGIC)

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