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Re: [Scheme-reports] DELAY AND FORCE
Andre van Tonder scripsit:
> p 14: Waddell showed a long time ago that DELAY and FORCE are not
> the correct primitives for lazy evaluation in a strict language.
> In short, it is impossible to write properly iterative lazy
> programs that don't have memory leaks with just DELAY and FORCE.
> This is discussed in more detail in SRFI 45 and references
I agree, and proposed LAZY and EAGER as ticket #55. However,
the WG voted it down on the strength of Alex's arguments at
If you can rebut these, please do.
John Cowan http://ccil.org/~cowan cowan@x
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