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Nicolaus(I) Bernoulli

1687 - 1759

Nicolaus Bernoulli (I) was the first Nicolaus in the illustrious family dynasty of Bernoulli mathematicians in Basel, Switzerland, in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Vitruvian Boy

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Sean had worked out, through a hundred experiences, that a 'Nonno jiffy' was not the same unit as a 'Papi jiffy'. Papi's jiffy worked by some sort of mental meter, calculated on the basis of an exchange rate between time and money.
By contrast, a 'Nonno jiffy' was a time elastic unit, which could be anything from ten minutes to several weeks - it all depended on how interesting the matter that would 'only take a jiffy' was.

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Function (JS)

[ Computing : JavaScript]

There are built-in functions, which are common to any JavaScript programme, and do not have to be defined. An example is document.write('This is using a built-in function call called write')

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