On 2/14/20, 'John Clements' via users-redirect wrote:
> I think I may understand what’s going on here, but a student and I worked on
> this for quite a while today before I found the problem.
> In this case, one easy error is to change the ‘cast’ into an ‘ann’, which
> works fine.
Your second suggestion is described in this (hard to find) section of
the TR Guide on Type Generalization:
I agree it should be much more prominent. At the very least, any docs
for invariant constructors should
I think I may understand what’s going on here, but a student and I worked on
this for quite a while today before I found the problem.
Here’s a program:
(define-type Store (Mutable-HashTable Integer Value))
(define-type Value (U Real Boolean String))
(define top-store (cast
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Hmm... I don't see a new message in the thread, so I'm not sure what you
approved. No worries though.
On Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7:36:26 AM UTC-5, Robby Findler wrote:
> It is possible that your post wasn't deleted but got held up in
> google's spam traps. I just approved a message from
It is possible that your post wasn't deleted but got held up in
google's spam traps. I just approved a message from you (that I was
alerted to only this morning). Was that the message?
On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 2:57 PM Brian Adkins wrote:
> I tried replying earlier today, but somehow the
Will Racket's pleasant surprises never end? :) This is great news!
I've had a blast coding web applications in Racket over the last 15 months.
I now understand "The Lisp Curse" a bit more :)
In other words, developing web apps with what is
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