Real

Real may also refer to:

  • Reality, the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or may be thought to be.

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Simula - Sample Code - Call By Name
... is the summation function which can be implemented as follows Real Procedure Sigma (k, m, n, u) Name k, u Integer k, m, n Real u Begin Real s k= m While k ...
Collatz Conjecture - Extensions To Larger Domains - Iterating On Real or Complex Numbers
... as the restriction to the integers of the smooth real and complex map which simplifies to If the standard Collatz map defined above is optimized by replacing the ...
Volume 8: The Threat Is Real
... Volume 8 The Threat is Real is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Anthrax ... Volume 8 The Threat Is Real debuted at #118 on the Billboard 200 charts ...
Gaspar Corte-Real
... Gaspar Corte-Real (c ... youngest of three sons of João Vaz Corte-Real, also a Portuguese explorer, and had accompanied his father on his expeditions to North America ... out on a second voyage to Greenland in 1501, with his brother Miguel Corte-Real and three caravels ...
In The Heat Of The Night (TV series) - Locations
... While there is a real Sparta, the version of Sparta shown on television is very different from the real town ... is situated along Interstate 20, while the real town is nowhere near any interstate ...

Famous quotes containing the word real:

    I confess, that practically speaking, when I have learned a man’s real disposition, I have no hopes of changing it for the better or worse in this state of existence.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Patience, to hear frivolous, impertinent, and unreasonable applications: with address enough to refuse, without offending; or, by your manner of granting, to double the obligation: dexterity enough to conceal a truth, without telling a lie: sagacity enough to read other people’s countenances: and serenity enough not to let them discover anything by yours; a seeming frankness, with a real reserve. These are the rudiments of a politician; the world must be your grammar.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    It should be quite clear, then, that there are no criteria to be laid down in general for distinguishing the real from the not real.
    —J.L. (John Langshaw)