Python syntax in Lisp and Scheme
spam at thalassa.informatimago.com
Wed Oct 8 05:39:59 CEST 2003
prunesquallor at comcast.net writes:
> You misunderstand me. In a python block, two expressions are
> associated with each other if they are the same distance from the left
> edge. This is isomorphic to having a nametag identifying the scope
> of the line. Lines are associated with each other iff they have the
> same nametag. Change one, and all must change.
Exactly. What was that language where you wrote tags to indicate the
indenting of data structures:
02 NO-REPR PIC 9999.
02 NO-SOTR PIC 9999.
02 NOM PIC X(20).
02 PRENOM PIC X(15).
02 A PIC 9.
02 B PIC 9.
02 FILLER PIC X.
02 D PIC 9.
02 FILLER PIC X(33).
02 NO-SOTV PIC 9999.
02 NO-REPV PIC 9999.
02 MTV PIC 9(6)V99.
02 FILLER PIC X(64).
> If, instead, you use balanced delimiters, then a subexpression no
> longer has to encode its position within the containing expression.
Do not adjust your mind, there is a fault in reality.
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