[uf-discuss] Semanticizin': Significance of order in argument lists

Lachlan Hunt lachlan.hunt at lachy.id.au
Fri Oct 27 09:23:08 PDT 2006

Dimitri Glazkov wrote:
> When using HTML lists (ul/ol) for representing operand argument lists,
> it appears very logical to identify the distinction between "ordered"
> and "unordered" as that of "and" and "or", respectively.
> <ol>
> Can mean "this and that". While,
> <ul>
> infers "this or that".

I really don't understand how you can equate the significance of the 
list item's order with the items having an "and" or an "or" relationship 
like that, nor what purpose such a distinction has.  Could you please 

Lachlan Hunt

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