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GeneralRe: .NET's Sometimes Nonsensical Logic Pin
Peter Moore - Chicago29-Feb-24 8:10
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Thomas Daniels29-Feb-24 10:36
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jmaida29-Feb-24 14:35
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jschell1-Mar-24 11:51
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jmaida1-Mar-24 15:04
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Jon McKee29-Feb-24 12:09
professionalJon McKee29-Feb-24 12:09 
To add to this, what universality (All) is really saying is that "nothing exists that violates this constraint", whereas existentiality (Any) is really saying "at least one thing exists that obeys this constraint."

With [].All(constraint), nothing exists to violate the constraint, so All() returns true.
With [].Any(constraint), nothing exists to obey the constraint, so Any() returns false.

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