On Thu, Sep 06, 2007 at 01:40:20PM -0700, Jonathan Lang wrote:
: So 'orelse' is exactly like '//', except that the result of the left
: side gets passed to the right side as an error message.  Is there a
: reason to make this exception, as opposed to altering '//' to behave
: exactly like 'orelse' does?

How 'bout, it's convenient to have the simpler defaulting semantics
when you don't care what kind of undefined value is on the left.


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