mt at 3planes.com
Mon Jan 31 11:47:08 EST 2005
> that's a nice theory, but since the decorator line is executed by the
> preter, it's a little weak.
Well, uh, who else would process it?
"use strict' and 'my epsilon' in perl are executed by the perl
interpreter as well, but they have a declarative flavor.
A decorator is a modifier to a subsequent binding, and it modifies the
reference and not the referent. So how is it anythng but declarative?
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