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On 13-12-11 11:57, Robby Findler wrote:
Thanks for checking back in. In retrospect, that was a stupid
change of mine.
I've reverted it and pushed a different attempt. The current change
is unlikely to be the right long-term solution, but I'm
The procedure `set-get-one/rest' returns a random element from the set and a new
set with that element removed. It is used for iterating over a set It
is not guaranteed
to return the same element if it is called twice on the original set.
The procedure `set-get-one' only returns a random element
I only got one comment (thanks John), so I'm resending for more
feedback. Is there any interest in adding this, or does everybody do it
a better/different way?
A more motivated example would be showing a list of products on a
webpage in batches:
(define products '(a b c d e f g))
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