...and with a stunning 1033 words, I conclude this week's blog entry.

...and with a stunning 1033 words, I conclude this week's blog entry.

Funnily the saying about pictures being worth a thousand words was written... in words.

I mean, shouldn't they at least have made a picture about it?

Seems prett good

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Funnily the saying about pictures being worth a thousand words was written... in words.

I mean, shouldn't they at least have made a picture about it?

Technically, words are composed of letters. Letters are glyphs, and glyphs are pictures that have a specific meaning or represent a sound in spoken language.

That means that every letter is a picture. As such, the value in words of a word can be determined by multiplying the number of letters it contains by 1000.

Thanks!Seems prett good

Technically, words are composed of letters. Letters are glyphs, and glyphs are pictures that have a specific meaning or represent a sound in spoken language.>Funnily the saying about pictures being worth a thousand words was written... in words.

I mean, shouldn't they at least have made a picture about it?

That means that every letter is a picture. As such, the value in words of a word can be determined by multiplying the number of letters it contains by 1000.

So let's do a little math here:

Let's say we have a word *w *with *n* letters in it. The value of picture *p *= 1000*w*

or alternatively, *p* = 1000*n**l, **l* being the value of one letter, and *n* being the amount of letters in that word.

But if every letter were to be a picture (*l *= *p*), then *p *= 1000*n**1000*np*

And then 1000*n**1000*n**1000*np*. And then 1000*n**1000*n**1000*n**1000*np*. And so on for all eternity.

Since the function is recursive, it either means every picture is worth an infinite amount of words, which directly contradicts the statement that a picture if worth exactly 1000 words, and is therefore not a viable solution, or it means your theory is incorrect, and in this case I'm going to have to say it's the latter.

Thanks!Seems prett good

Technically, words are composed of letters. Letters are glyphs, and glyphs are pictures that have a specific meaning or represent a sound in spoken language.>Funnily the saying about pictures being worth a thousand words was written... in words.

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That means that every letter is a picture. As such, the value in words of a word can be determined by multiplying the number of letters it contains by 1000.

So let's do a little math here:

Let's say we have a wordwwithnletters in it. The value of picturep= 1000wor alternatively,

p= 1000nl,lbeing the value of one letter, andnbeing the amount of letters in that word.But if every letter were to be a picture (

l=p), thenp= 1000n*1000npAnd then 1000

n*1000n*1000np. And then 1000n*1000n*1000n*1000np. And so on for all eternity.

Since the function is recursive, it either means every picture is worth an infinite amount of words, which directly contradicts the statement that a picture if worth exactly 1000 words, and is therefore not a viable solution, or it means your theory is incorrect, and in this case I'm going to have to say it's the latter.

And this is why I hate stupid cliches...