[r-t] Candidate definition #10a

Don Morrison dfm at ringing.org
Tue Aug 12 21:06:58 UTC 2008

On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 3:47 PM, Iain Anderson
<iain.anderson at talentinnovations.co.uk> wrote:
> There is no problem in the normal case when it starts and ends in rounds.
> But, as you have started to hint, there is a problem if you don't start and
> end in the same change.  The 5038 changes of Grandsire that was rung in
> Birmingham would now be legal, but would be 5039 rows of Grandsire (or would
> it?).  I would be very interested in starting one blow earlier than them so
> that you get all 5040 rows, but only 5039 changes.  What would the length be
> there?  I assume 5040, which is fine by me, but I suspect not by everyone.

Pondering this further it may be enlightening to reflect on the fact
that we can't ring a change, we can only ring a row.

Don Morrison <dfm at ringing.org>
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                                          -- Bertrand Russell

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