In this case does the b refer to the tupples corresponding to a single
group. If so I still did not get the point because b is a bag that contains
all the records and not only the records of a single group

On Jul 21, 2014 8:33 PM, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
me after 1.5 year's experience with pig. In mathematics and logic,
quantifiers (like "for each", "there exist") bind variables that occur in
their scope:
x* in the following subexpression. IMO this is an unnecessary stumbling
block to people learning pig, who have a background in math or logic.
 "foreach (group, b) in c" but I don't know how feasible that would be.
in the COUNT(b) function.

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