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Re: [Scheme-reports] Module-level BEGIN is not a BEGIN - please call it something else
Andre van Tonder scripsit:
> So I guess my biggest problem with this overloading is that module
> BEGIN does not just indicate a sequence, but also delimits a lexical
> scope. This makes it morally very different form all the other
> BEGINs, which never delimit a new lexical scope.
I don't understand why you think that. Module BEGIN does not introduce
a scope: the only thing that introduces a scope is MODULE. The contents
of BEGIN and INCLUDE and INCLUDE-CI are spliced into the module scope.
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