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Re: [Scheme-reports] EQV? on numbers should be based on operational equivalence
Ray Dillinger scripsit:
> A high-level language such as scheme ought to treat values as values
> according to their types, not as bit layouts. Control over bit
> layouts should be purely for external purposes; reading/writing binary
> formats and interfacing with ABI's.
Well then, either binary files and FFIs cannot be standardized, or we
have to admit that there are boundaries to "operational equivalence".
I go with the latter viewpoint.
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