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Re: Name spaces in programming languages

From: Alfred M\. Szmidt
Subject: Re: Name spaces in programming languages
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 11:39:14 +0200

   As usual, you failed to quote the relevant part of the email you're
   replying to.  That is very unfortunate because it makes it next to
   impossible to seriously discuss a specific technical issue with
   you.  In particular, you missed my point on functional languages.
   Too bad.

I quoted all relevant parts, I was talking about _most_ lisp's.  You
answered with Guile which isn't really a lisp in the classical sense
to begin with! Now think Common, Zeta, Mac, NIL, ....  All of the
classical lisps has a globally mutable name space, you _can_ subdivide
it a bit, but not much.

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