# galaxybeing

Raus mit MS. Rein mit Linux. Was MS macht konnte Linux schon lange. . . .

 Dec 14 awarded Popular Question Sep 9 awarded Student May 1 awarded Editor Apr 8 comment Nested vertical and horizontal lists?If I shove a few
like this "
• Second in horizontal list.

With extra text.
• " it does in fact move the vertical list up. But that's a rather ugly kludge. Apr 8 comment Nested vertical and horizontal lists?Thanks Andres. That helped. But would there be a way to have the continuation of the "horizontallist" flush against the top? With your suggestion I've got "the snow in Alaska." and "the rain in Spain." continuing next to "Second in second vertical list." I'd like them up at the top next to "First in second vertical list." appearing like a quasi-drop-down menu embedded in a horizontal list. Apr 8 asked Nested vertical and horizontal lists? Mar 22 asked Eclipse: How to install Java programming support after installing Eclipse Javascript version Mar 12 awarded Student Mar 12 asked Expressions: What is a "sub-expression?" Mar 9 comment Lambda Calc: bound and free variables?Thanks for the info. Q: What do you mean when you say f is a global variable? Also, (λx.x)x how did you know that the x outside the parens was a "different" variable x? Would there be a better place for a beginner to start to better understand Lambda Calc? Mar 9 comment Lambda Calc: bound and free variables?Thanks. Got it. Mar 9 comment Lambda Calc: bound and free variables?Yes, this is intuitive for me. Thanks. I guess I'm spazzing a bit early. But still, I'm shaky on what v occurs free in v is really saying. I'm a newbie at the math side of computers and apt to stumble around on these sorts of things. Mar 9 comment Lambda Calc: bound and free variables?Okay, what does v occurs free in v mean? I do understand that λv.anything typically means v is bound. But then what is (λv.v)v trying to say? Mar 9 asked Lambda Calc: bound and free variables? Mar 4 comment Does SML (Poly) have a CL-like REPL?... and somewhere in that documentation it will say "Yes, we have a REPL just like CL and you can always have a running program and and and"? No, I doubt it. I need to ask humans that know. Mar 4 asked Does SML (Poly) have a CL-like REPL? Feb 23 asked Linux server in the cloud -- "thin" client in the hand?