is laziness a programer's virtue?
cor at clsnet.nl
Mon Apr 16 01:57:13 CEST 2007
Some entity, AKA dbenson at eecs.wsu.edu,
wrote this mindboggling stuff:
> Of course, for functional languages, 'lazy' means something rather
lazy means: just get a post-grad to do the grunt-work for free.
The biggest problem LISP has is that it does not appeal to dumb people
If this failed to satisfy you try reading the Hyper-Spec or woman frig
(defvar MyComputer '((OS . "GNU/Emacs") (IPL . "GNU/Linux")))
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