On 04Mar2014 17:57, Ryan Gonzalez email@example.com wrote:
Only problem is that it looks a tad perlish...
But worse, does nothing even remotely loke what that does in perl or shell (or basic or...).
I was going to remark that in my mind I would always see:
a = $foo + 1
and (1) mentally bind the "$" to "foo" alone, not treat it as a prefix to the whole expression and (2) expect "a" to evaluate right now, regardess.
And then follow up that remark with a strong preference for forming the who expression inside a clear construct so you know at the outself that it is something for evaluation later.
And then realised that is already spelt "lambda".
I do take the point that this "bill" idea is meant to grant access to the local scope when used.