mutable default parameter problem [Prothon]

Paul Rubin http
Tue Jun 29 09:41:49 CEST 2004

Christopher T King <squirrel at WPI.EDU> writes:
> Lisp and Scheme do the same thing:
> (set! a 5)	<- sets a variable (i.e. changes its value)
> (eq? a 6)	<- tests equality (returns true or false)

Actually just Scheme.  Traditional Lisp uses (setq a 5) and (eq a 6).
For less frequently used predicates, Lisp sometimes uses the -p convention,
similar to your ? convention.

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