and what's missing will the there Real Soon Now
Does dnf stand for "definitely not finished"?
The chief counterexample to the statement "Python is strongly typed" is that almost anything can be used in a boolean context.
Is it? I guess that's just a matter of interpretation, but to me, all it means is that Python has its own specific definition of truth and falsity. Many languages seem to have that.
And yet, there's Turing's proof. Why the discrepancy? Well, simple: a Turing machine has an infinite tape, and can therefore produce not a finite, but an infinite number of states. Any computer we have in the real world does not have infinite memory, and is therefore not a Turing machine.
A slight correction, perhaps: for practical purposes, and for algorithms that use memory bounded linearly in time, it's effectively infinite because we can just keep manufacturing it.
All of these have been unmitigated disasters for America, so her judgement doesn't appear to be so good.
That only tells us she wouldn't be a better pacifist than Obama and Bush Jr. Not that she'd end the world as we know it, which is apparently what a lot of Trump supporters want you to think.
Hillary was way more of a war monger
...than who? The actual warmongers of this world? Despite all the involvement of the US in global politics, there's never been a short supply of regional crazies. The idea that Hillary is/was a warmonger is an idea from the bottom of your liquor bottle. The same goes for Trump, actually.
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