Today I found myself playing with the decimal point. I doubted to myself that by appending a real variable to a decimal point of a number that it would be integrated as the fractional part of the number. But I tried it anyway:

```
4→A
3.A
returns 12
```

In the above case, "3." is treated as "3.0", and then implied multiplication takes place. I was surprised, as I was expecting a syntax error. That's certainly the case with two real variables:

```
4→A
2→B
A.B
returns ERR:SYNTAX
```

Just an observation; this post really isn't worth reading ;D

λ *James Kanjo*

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