Sorry for the repeat message, I lost my internet connection just as it
was sending. Also, in the footnote, that should read "The process *may*
make some progress...."
Mark Allums wrote:
Umarzuki Mochlis wrote:
/License must not be specific to Debian, basically a reiteration of
the last point/
what does "reiteration of the last point" really means.
An iteration is one complete cycle of a process. A "reiteration" is
repeating the same thing again. So it is saying, "I told you, and now
I'm telling you again."
 The process make make some progress toward a goal. Iteration is
more like an evolution, perhaps like the climbing of a ladder, one rung
at a time. It's opposite might be, depending on context, like jumping
off of the roof, all in one go, a revolution. Iteration might have a
slightly different meaning in a different context. A for() loop is
generally regarded as an iterative thing. An example of an entirely
different process would be a recursive function. CS 101 lesson for the
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