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RE: Guile Impressions

From: John Fitzgerald
Subject: RE: Guile Impressions
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 16:30:34 +1200

        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Rob Browning [SMTP:address@hidden
        > Sent: May 11, 2001 08:57
        > To:   John Fitzgerald
        > Cc:   'Martin Grabmueller'; 'address@hidden'
        > Subject:      Re: Guile Impressions
        > OK.  I'm just writing this off the top of my head, but I figured
        > might be useful.  Here are some not-so-polished attempts to
        > closures and continuations practically to a C-esque audience.
        Thanks.  Where will these eventually sit in the Guile documentation?

        > Closure for C programmers:
        >   If C had closures, ...
        So what do I make of a C function which is supposed to take a
closure as an argument (e.g., scm_boot_guile())?

        > Continuations (continued from above example):
        Have you ever had reason to use continuations in production code?

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