Python syntax in Lisp and Scheme
adalke at mindspring.com
Thu Oct 9 22:06:20 CEST 2003
Thomas F. Burdick:
> With Lisp, you're not at the mercy of your vendor; if
> you know damn well that some readable code A can be transformed into
> equivalent, but efficient code B, you can cause it to happen!
Not at the mercy of your vendor unless you want to use something
which isn't in the standard, like unicode (esp "wide" unicode, >16bit),
regular expressions (esp. regexps of unicode), sockets, or ffi?
But that's just flaming -- ignore me. ;)
dalke at dalkescientific.com
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