Real Problems with Python

Bijan Parsia bparsia at
Mon Feb 14 10:46:09 EST 2000

Tim Peters <tim_one at> wrote:

> Python's scoping largely reduces to Scheme but where all functions are
> defined at top-level (inventing unique names as needed to prevent name
> clashes).  More formally, you can certainly *model* Python's scoping in
> Scheme,

Er..Just out of curiosity, what *can't* you model in Scheme? :)

And-not-in-the-trivial-turing-machine-sense-ly y'rs,
Bijan Parsia

P.S. Hey! Where's my wallet?

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