On Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 9:46:53 PM UTC+5:30, David K. Storrs wrote:
> I find PP to be a useful tool for thinking about programming, but not
> terribly significant in everyday use -- my code will typically end up as a
> mixture of functional, declarative, procedural, and OO. The fact
Racket being a lisp its fine that we write
(: v t)
where the rest of the world writes
v : t
But what is
(: v : t)
A bit be-fuddled?
Also how would I
Used PC-Scheme many years ago... and then guile for a bit...
Pleasant coming back to scheme!
1. I am not able to clearly make out what the different semantics of the
different teachpacks are. Would like summaries
- for an old schemer (myself)
- new people I am coaching
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