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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What exactly did you mean by the recursive nature? Not knowing what you might have in mind for the solver, it still may be recursive but normal use has been iterative for some time now.
    • According to the documentation (2.02):
      More interestingly, since the individual states of a superposition are scalar values and a superposition is itself a scalar value, a superposition may have states that are themselves superpositions:

      $ideal = any( all("tall", "rich", handsome"), all("rich", "old"), all("smart", "Australian", "rich"));

      Operations involving such a composite superposition operate recursively and in parallel on each its states individually and then recompose the result.

      I thought to develop the logic in such a way that the operations and comparisons would be applied recursively into some nested structure of QS objects.

      But I'm still working out how to build up the nested data structure useful for this problem.

      --
      -QM

      Quantum Mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of