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In rules  and  What is "a" in "n/a" ?
Is it a typo ? Or else can you add an explanation, please ?
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"n/a" means "Not Applicable".
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Thanks for the answer. It is quite unfortunate that the place where there is 'n/a' is exactly the place that would contain 'n' in other rules.
Hello, I just came across this thread after managing to find out what this "n/a" meant on my own.
I had to spend a few hours reading the haskell reference implementation to do so... (I'm not familiar with haskell)
Clarifying this point in the spec would be greatly appreciated!
(By the way, thanks a lot for the haskell reference implementation, it's fantastic. Almost magical to me at the moment :) )
Clarify meaning of n/a
Pointed out in #14
Fixed in 165fee1
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