Jordan Hubbard wrote:

> Are you guys on crack?  Scheme is just a dialect of LISP, where "LISP"
> could also just as easily be any one of MacLisp, InterLisp, Franz
> Lisp, Common Lisp or one of many other possibilities.  The very
> acronym lacks specific meaning without an additional qualifier.
> Scheme can also dynamically build and evaluate data as code just as
> well as any other LISP dialect.  Somebody needs to go back and take a
> CS class or something. :-)
> - Jordan

oops...  mea culpa!  not nuff caffine, i got my languages mixed there...

     ET has one helluva sense of humor!
He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos!

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