robin at robinw.org.uk
Sat Apr 8 09:38:11 UTC 2006
In this weeks RW, Richard Allton, when reviewing Don Morrison's Yorkshire
composition and the device he uses, says 'Don't forget to get it checked
Prima facie, this seems unnecessary. Yorkshire Alliance simply cuts out the
two changes at the half-lead. Isn't it the case therefore that all
compositions to Yorkshire Surprise will be true using this splice, unless
half-lead calls are involved in the lead where the Alliance is being rung?
Use 44 leads of the Alliance and you end up with 5000.
Contradictory examples welcomed! (Confirmation, too)
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