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Topic: To steam of questions on language haskell

Why True || _ = True and _ || _ = True i.e. why _ it as True in the first case and in the second all  in True?

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Re: To steam of questions on language haskell

Hello, WinnieJayClay, you wrote: WJC> Why WJC> True || _ = True WJC> and WJC> _ || _ = True WJC> i.e. why _ it as True in the first case and in the second all  in True? Equalities with samples by a call are viewed from top to down to the first approaching which is used. The resulted determination incomplete. It is possible to define, for example, the operator OR so: False || False = False _ || _ = True