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A hash can be comptued for every polymorphic symbolic expression. Hashing is based on extentional (aka structural) equality. For example, if strings s1 and s2 have only the same characters, in the same order, then they have the same hash.
crux n., pl. cruxes or cruces. 1. A crucial or vital moment; critical point. 2. The basic or essential thing. 3. A puzzling problem.
excerpted from — The American heritage dictionary of the english language (1981, ed. William Morris)
August 19, 2015 | the xpr module (tuples) August 19, 2015 | the tupt module August 18, 2015 | the tup module August 15, 2015 | the xpr module (strings) August 14, 2015 | the xpr module (booleans) August 14, 2015 | the xpr module (nil) August 14, 2015 | the xpr module (numbers) August 14, 2015 | the fmt module August 10, 2015 | the strt module August 8, 2015 | the str module (updated) August 7, 2015 | the str module August 4, 2015 | the ar module July 17, 2015 | the chk module July 8, 2015 | the panic module June 13, 2015 | crux begins