Originally Posted by rnd me
LOL. proof huh? wow, sooo convincing. only problem: it's talking about C#, not JS!
. Which, by the way, typically is
a C language.
You are denying the fact that sort algorithms may compare an element to itself and may need
to do this, which I provided examples for proving that this is the case. This is a theoretical question about implementation details subject to change, independent of the language in question.
and loudly insist that things are as you say can but cannot show. A single observation can falsify my whole theory (if it arises).
If I'm loudly telling you something, then you are the little child that has its hands over its ears and yells as loud as it can, trying to not hear anything it is being told. I have repeatedly told you things that you keep ignoring, as the quoted sentence once again shows. Him who does not hear can not be taught.
This is a waste of time, I'm sure we agree.