Ruby and Python
fredrik at effbot.org
Sun Nov 19 21:54:23 CET 2000
> It's fine if you want to go on believing that Python has first class
> functions, but the fact that you have to manually form closures for
> functions means that they are not first class in the accepted (and
> admittedly informal) definition of "first class".
do you have any references that support your definition
of "first class"?
(the references I've found all talk about how data values
are treated, not what syntax you have to use to create
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