In this case I simply use (arg 1), I just wanted to check if perhaps
(arg) defaulted to (arg 1) if no prior next had been called.
On Sat, Nov 12, 2016 at 7:45 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de> wrote:
> Hi Henrik, Andreas,
>> I guess this is the unforgiving punishment for calling (arg) without
>> calling (next) previously, consider the reference:
>> "If cnt is not given, the value that was returned from the last call
>> to next" -> no previous call to next -> invalid usage -> punishment
> Exactly! In fact, 'arg' should check such illegal usage. It is a
> secondary function, and not much used.
> The main workhorse for variable arguments is 'next', and often
> all that is needed:
> : (de f @
> (while (next)
> (println @) ) )
> -> f
> : (f 1 2 3)
> The purpose of 'arg' is to avoid the overhead of a local variable if
> the value is used more than once.
> ♪♫ Alex
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