Did you 'lint the source code? 'lint should warn you when you have T as
Parameter in a function.
2016-12-09 5:51 GMT+01:00 Bruno Franco <brunofrancosala...@gmail.com>:
> My my, I see it! Thanks Alex.
> On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 1:50 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>
>> Hi Bruno,
>> > I've written something that redefines T to NIL, which surprises me
>> > because I thought that T was protected from redefinition like that, and
>> > I have not found a command in the code that looks like it is redefining
>> It is true that 'T' is protected from simple, direct modifications like
>> : (set T 7)
>> !? (set T 7)
>> T -- Protected symbol
>> but not from indirect, involved processings. PicoLisp always gives you
>> power to shoot into your foot ;)
>> > Could you check it out and see if its something in the code, or a bug in
>> > the language?
>> > # -> Mtx
>> > (de animate (Mtx) # -> a matrix list (Mtx ..)
>> > ...
>> > (actions (Mtx)) ) )
>> > # (animate (mtx 4))
>> The problem is that you call 'Mtx' as a function in (actions (Mtx)).
>> The value of 'Mtx' is not a function
>> : (mtx 4)
>> -> ((T T T T) (NIL NIL NIL NIL) (NIL NIL NIL NIL) (NIL NIL NIL NIL))
>> so what you end up doing is calling
>> '((T T T T) ...)
>> which *looks* like a fuction but is not *meant* to be one. It binds 'T'
>> as a
>> formal parameter.
>> ♪♫ Alex
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