01/22/2008, 10:12 AM

OK! Thanks, the "text" display of the ... text, in my computer, seemed to me rather fuzzy, difficult to read. Now, I understand. Not necessary of present it in pdf.

By the way, "nest" is successfully used in Mathematica and, perhaps, in other software packages. "Recursive" has an excellent and hiher level press. "N-ary" is modular and adaptable to various situations. Perhaps "N-th", like the "N-th" derivative ("1-st", "2-nd", "3-rd", ... "5-th, ...). "The n-th function of x", like "the n-th logarithm, base e, of x". Why not! But, my mother tong, as everybody can verify, is not English.

GFR

(@ IVARS: there are also texts written in both directions in the same display (I think some texts in Ancient Egyptian, Etruscan, Ancient Latin, Ancient Greek, etc ...), with a method called "boustrophedon" i.e. "to turn around like oxen". Perhaps the writers were just ... lazy!)

By the way, "nest" is successfully used in Mathematica and, perhaps, in other software packages. "Recursive" has an excellent and hiher level press. "N-ary" is modular and adaptable to various situations. Perhaps "N-th", like the "N-th" derivative ("1-st", "2-nd", "3-rd", ... "5-th, ...). "The n-th function of x", like "the n-th logarithm, base e, of x". Why not! But, my mother tong, as everybody can verify, is not English.

GFR

(@ IVARS: there are also texts written in both directions in the same display (I think some texts in Ancient Egyptian, Etruscan, Ancient Latin, Ancient Greek, etc ...), with a method called "boustrophedon" i.e. "to turn around like oxen". Perhaps the writers were just ... lazy!)