[r-t] 8 spliced atw 7com
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Thu Mar 29 20:55:15 UTC 2012
Up to this point, Mark, your point of view had a sort of twisted logic,
but here you seem to be descending into the land of madness. According to
what you are saying, a change of method is not a "change of method" unless
is occurs at a lead end, or some other "conventional" point. So if I ring
9 changes of Cambridge and then change to Bristol, starting at the half
lead, that is not a "change of method"? Uh?
On Thu, 29 Mar 2012, Mark Davies wrote:
> Alan asks,
>> How do you deal with the case when a composition finishes at the snap?
>> (a) When the method in the last 2 changes if the same as the one at the
>> (b) When it is different.
>> Clearly when viewed as a circle what one is effectively doing is redefining
>> a snap as a lead end but what status does this have as com?
> Very easy! A composition finishing at the snap is not a round block (when
> considered using the units which make up a conventional composition of
> spliced, that is, entire leads). Hence, there is no "change of method"
> possible between start and finish, since they do not join up.
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