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Re: a circular dilemma . #0# (was Re: srfi-1 map!)

From: Stephen Compall
Subject: Re: a circular dilemma . #0# (was Re: srfi-1 map!)
Date: 17 Nov 2003 20:21:32 +0000
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Kevin Ryde <address@hidden> writes:

> If you want to write some code, copying and adapting the current C
> code would probably be much better.

Would this be added to  I just wrote it in
Scheme to go with the context; it was a function eliminated from
srfi-1.scm, eh?

> I see the spec calls for list2 etc to have at least as many elements
> as list1.  Which I guess means list1 is finite (ie. non-circular)
> and can be used to construct the return without further checking.

Ah, I misinterpreted this.  This makes my life much easier, now that I
know I am not pathetic and weak.  Thanks. :)

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