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Topic: Any Inf. List can be sorted to have the diagonal 0.01234567890123456789...
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fishfry

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Re: Any Inf. List can be sorted to have the diagonal 0.01234567890123456789...
Posted: Sep 18, 2011 4:36 PM
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In article
<3f511bb7-ee60-436e-ab1d-fddae2ade31f@s20g2000yql.googlegroups.com>,
Graham Cooper <grahamcooper7@gmail.com> wrote:

> http://matheology.com/PICK-A-DIAGONAL.html
>
> Tested in IE8.0
>
> PROOF:
>
> Consider the set of infinite lists with infinitely many of each digit
> {0..9} in every digit position. <1,2,3...>
>
> i.e. ignoring lists where there might only be 20 reals with a 7 in the
> 1st digit position.
>


Yes but that contradicts your claim that ANY list can be sorted to have
a particular diag.



>
> PROCEDURE SORT()
>
> you get the idea, none of you read this anyway..
>
>



On the contrary, people do read this. You don't make any sense and when
you do, your arguments are wrong.



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