Logic Problem

This statement has the letter “T” at the beginning; the next two letters are “h” and “i”; which are followed by “s s”; … ; the first letter is then repeated inside double quotes; …

Question. Not only that this statement is true and has infinite length, but also uniquely and completely describes every English statement possible. Those which are of a finite or countably infinite length. Is that possible?


3 thoughts on “Logic Problem

  1. msjr says:

    No, even though infinite, the statement does not represent statements with words containing character “j”, “k”, “v” and “z”.

    • No, no, they come later in the statement. All 26 letters of the English alphabet. Pretty much all the ASCII characters from 0 to 127 – or even all the Unicode 32 bits wide.

      And then everything what is derivable from there.

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