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"Tim Davis" 
> Here's a proof of the statement "Eval is not evil".  Premise one: The MathWorks is not evil.  Premise two: A non-evil organization does not do evil things.  Premise three:  "eval" appears at least 2,329 times inside MATLAB and its toolboxes, excluding comments...

conclusion: premises one and two are wrong...

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