In the United States, would it be legal to have an infinitely long middle name?
It appears that it would not be a problem, since most of the time people only use the first letter of the middle name. When a middle name is asked for, it is usually permissible to truncate it if it does not fit in the field provided. Some notes:
- We will assume that the name in question is computable. That is, there is an algorithm that given a natural number n outputs the nth character of the name.
- All the characters in the name are standard characters of the English alphabet.