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Re: Guile Impressions

From: Klaus Schilling
Subject: Re: Guile Impressions
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 11:12:29 +0200

Neil Jerram writes:
 > >>>>> "Rob" == Rob Browning <address@hidden> writes:
 >     Rob>   If C had closures, you would often not really need to add
 >     Rob> "void *user_data" pointers as arguments to your callback
 >     Rob> routines.  [...]
 > Great minds think alike :-)  This is exactly one of the 4 examples
 > that I give to illustrate the idea of closure in the reference manual.
 > See `(guile)About Closure', in the `Basic Ideas' chapter.

There are implementations of closures for C.
For example the libtrampoline of B.Haible, who is also author
of CLISP. 

Klaus Schilling

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