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I am reading Yves Lafont's introductory paper Interaction Nets. Early in the beginning he mentions that max cannot be coded as follows

Naive coding of max

since in this coding it is not possible to choose which argument to look at first (so necessitating the need for a principle port). But I don't understand why it's wrong. I am trying to come up with an example where certain choice of rewritings will lead to a wrong answer.

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