roddy at horton.karoo.co.uk
Mon Mar 20 07:47:47 UTC 2017
RW > There are a couple of principles underlying Method Extension, and everything flows from these.
RW > i) There is a piece of work in the extension if and only if it is in the parent
RW > ii) Place notation is the way to find extensions.
Place notation is a very efficient way of describing the method but I fail to see it's importance in extension.
When the methods committee extended Beverley S Minor by place notation by applying Robins rule (ii) they broke rule (i).
Surely an extension should look and feel like an extension.
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