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On 30 Jan 2005, at 07:45, David A. Black wrote:

> I assume the expression would short-circuit once one of the
> sub-expressions returned false, since
>
>   x < y < z
>
> cannot be true unless x < y.  So there would never be a false < z
> comparison.

Only operators can short-circuit.

You could emulate a short circuit involving a method call with the 
appropriate methods on false and true...

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