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Re: 5.11 (or 12) and strict

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From:
Sean O'Rourke
Date:
December 27, 2007 20:18
Subject:
Re: 5.11 (or 12) and strict
Message ID:
m2myrvvm2s.fsf@cs.ucsd.edu
chromatic <chromatic@wgz.org> writes:

> On Thursday 27 December 2007 12:45:16 Sean O'Rourke wrote:
>> I don't understand why you believe that
>
>> smaller programs should have to include more boilerplate
>> (i.e. "no strict").
>
> So that the average program -- the most common use of the tool
> -- can have less boilerplate.
>
> The quoting operator in Scheme is shorter than call-with-
> current-continuation for similar reasons.

How is "reify the current stack" similar to "pester me when I
write my small program"?  And you still haven't provided any data
to back up your "most common program" assertion...

/s

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