# Talk:List of partial functions

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− | What does it mean to say that *error* and *undefined* are "not even partial"? As far as I know, a function is either total or partial. If *error* promises me an *a* but instead blows up, surely it is partial? |
+ | What does it mean to say that ''error'' and ''undefined'' are "not even partial"? As far as I know, a function is either total or partial. If a function is not defined for any point, surely it is partial? |

-- Rcaetano |
-- Rcaetano |

## Revision as of 07:16, 13 October 2012

Should we also point out under which circumstances those functions behaviours are undefined?

--DaniilFrumin 11:28, 12 October 2012 (UTC)

What does it mean to say that *error* and *undefined* are "not even partial"? As far as I know, a function is either total or partial. If a function is not defined for any point, surely it is partial?

-- Rcaetano