# Talk:ABC correlation

(Redirected from Talk:ABC length problem)

### Are all zeros considered equal?

quote: "If the amount of "a"'s, "b"'s and "c"'s are equal return true. Otherwise return false"

So... should the word, umm, I don't know... "ineptitude" for instance, return True or False? There are equal numbers of a,b, & c. They are all zero.

(This kind of question is why these things should almost always start out as a draft task.) --Thundergnat (talk) 00:53, 1 August 2024 (UTC)

"ineptitude" will emit True so all zeros are also considered equal Gaham (talk) 05:27, 1 August 2024 (UTC)
Yeah, that's what I'd tacitly assumed. It also means that empty strings will emit 'true' though I decided to banish those in my Wren solution. --PureFox (talk) 10:06, 1 August 2024 (UTC)

## Length?

At what point does "length" come into this task? Why is "length" even in the title? For that matter, why is "problem" in the title? We know it's a problem. They are all problems.

My suggestion for a better title would be "ABC correlation" or perhaps "ABC equivalence". --Thundergnat (talk) 10:36, 2 August 2024 (UTC)

I don't know why I chose this name as the title. But will use the first suggestion