lambda fun: infinite streams
thantos at brimstone.mecha
Mon Aug 9 04:54:18 CEST 1999
On 08 Aug 1999 15:42:03 +0200, Magnus L. Hetland <mlh at idt.ntnu.no> wrote:
>Well... You could make one yourself...
True, but it wouldn't have the speed of the built-in map implimented
in C, would it? :)
(Yes, longing for such things is left over from tinkering with
Haskell; there are so many algorithms that fall to simple expression
applied to Streams and lazy-evaluation.)
> return (apply(f,[head(s)]),
> lambda f=f, s=s: mapStream(f,tail(s)))
Hmmmmm, that should certainly work ...
I'm tempted to try and get Stackless Python working with this just to
see what kind of interaction it'd have.
Alexander Williams (thantos at gw.total-web.net)
"In the end ... Oblivion Always Wins."
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