Can a function access its own name?
mwm at mired.org
Sun Nov 20 05:30:32 CET 2005
bobueland at yahoo.com writes:
> Thanks Diez and Peter,
> Just what I was looking for. In "Library Reference" heading
> 3.11.1 Types and members
> Running this yields the result
> cap(s, n)
You've now got three solutions. They'll work fine most of the time,
but can't be trusted in general. Binding a name to a function doesn't
change the name that these solutions return, and the name they return
may no longer be bound to said function. Just a warning.
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