[r-t] Peal of Spliced, anyone?

Richard Smith richard at ex-parrot.com
Mon May 10 16:26:10 UTC 2010

Glenn Taylor wrote:

> If it has 'A' falseness doesn't this mean that it's false in the plain
> course and therefore invalid as a method?

Not necessarily.  Different people define 'A' falseness in 
different ways.  I tend to define it as the identity 
falseness stating that a lead is false against itself -- 
i.e. that if you ring a lead and then the same lead again 
then the touch is false.  This is trivially true for any 
method, and so, under that definition, all methods have 'A' 


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