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Comment: Re:This will NO break any encryption algorithms... (Score 1) 318

by pyrros (#35343972) Attached to: No P = NP Proof After All

Your definition is the definition of NP, not NP complete. NP-complete is the set of all problems that are in NP and NP hard (i.e. all problems in NP can be reduced in polynomial time to a problem in NP-complete). If P=NP, all problems in NP can be reduced in polynomial time to any other problem in NP (because they can be solved in polynomial time)

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