On Nov 24, 2007, at 8:00 , Dean Rasheed wrote:
> If I have a couple of STABLE functions f1() and f2(), and then I
> write a third function f3()
> which does nothing other than call f1() and f2(), is it safe to
> mark f(3) as IMMUTABLE?
No. Why would calling two STABLE functions be IMMUTABLE? If it's
going to be anything other than STABLE, it would be VOLATILE.
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