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Subject: Re: What approach do you use to handle castling/en passant for repetition?

Author: Peter Kappler

Date: 09:31:52 03/01/00

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On March 01, 2000 at 05:19:38, Tom Kerrigan wrote:

>On February 29, 2000 at 17:56:25, Robert Hyatt wrote:
>
>>>I asked you to back up your argument and you gave me some random numbers. Now
>>>you are asking me if I need confirmation that divide-by-zero is bad. It's no
>>>secret that you are being extremely insulting to me.
>>Tom...  look at _your_ response.  A curt "run some tests and prove I am wrong."
>>My position is "you run some test and prove you are right."  I already gave one
>
>Scientific papers do not look like this:
>"Electrons are green. If you don't agree, prove me wrong."
>
>You told me that ignoring the EP square is a big mistake. But your argument is
>like the "scientific paper" above. (See the text I quoted.)
>

I must disagree here.  He told you about a specific incident where this caused a
problem in Crafty.  Why do you keep insisting that he offer more proof?

If you feel so strongly about this, conduct your own experiments to prove Bob
wrong.

--Peter





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