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2:54 AM
@amon I agree that @JörgWMittag is looking for 'referential transparency', but I'm curious why you would call it weak.
 
 
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6:10 AM
*Referential Transparency* means that you should be able to replace an expression with its value and vice-versa without changing the meaning of the program.

I.e. you should be able to replace

printf("Hello");

with

6

without changing the meaning of the program.
What I am looking for is the property that I should be able to replace

printf("Hello");

with

void hello() {
printf("Hello");
}

hello();

without changing the meaning of the program.
 
 
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11:58 AM
@JörgWMittag Ah, I see. I don't think I've heard of that.
 
 
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3:21 PM
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4:09 PM
Related post on coding mathematical formulasDarrylG just now
 
 
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