Finding the instance reference of an object [long and probably boring]
joe at strout.net
Sat Nov 8 15:42:56 CET 2008
On Nov 7, 2008, at 6:21 PM, Aaron Brady wrote:
> Therefore objects don't need names to exist. Having a name is
> sufficient but not necessary to exist. Being in a container is
> neither necessary -nor- sufficient.
What do you mean? Being in a container isn't necessary, but it
certainly is sufficient.
Having ANY references to it is both necessary and sufficient to
exist. And isn't that the easiest way to say it?
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