Topological geometry does not concern quantity. Euclidean geometry does concern quantity. Tables are topological in themselves, while their appearances are Euclidean. That is to say, appearances in "Execution" will change when the quantities of entry differ even with the identical tables in "Source." This time, I exhibit the combinations of four different tables and four different quantities of entry. Apparent difference generated here will evoke pleasure.
(cf.) Source and Execution: List
Hideki Nakazawa 2011
Appeared in the Bulletin "New-Method" No. 6
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