In my last post I may have been unclear about that I *I = I bit. My point was
that a decimal with a countable number numbers of numbers in it can be
converted into a fraction, it's known that there is only a countable number
of such fractions, so there is only a countable number of such decimals.
John K Clark johnkc@well.com
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