A modest proposal

Ben Wolfson wolfson at uchicago.edu
Fri Nov 16 06:21:59 CET 2001

In article <3BF49DE9.95DC02FA at earthlink.net>, "Hans Nowak"
<wurmy at earthlink.net> wrote:

> Aight, here's a wild-assed idea, unrelated to the proposal... since
> Python
> and Lisp are both dynamic languages, would it be possible to write a
> Python-to-Lisp translator, and then compile the Lisp code using one of
> those efficient Lisp compilers?

I've often thought that would be a neat project, but I don't know any
Lisp and hardly any Scheme.

Why does this Wolfson person see fit to clutter up Usenet with such
absurd nonsense?
  -- Bob Cunningham in <km4butor1ke8f5et2f3p5h80jh521cn2sk at 4ax.com>

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