curly-infix in dotted notation

*Alan Manuel Gloria* 17 Sep 2012 00:17 UTC

You know, an s-expr of the form:
(superop op a b c ...)
can be expressed in a curly-infix dotted notation as:
(superop . {a op b op c op ...})
So for example, if you want a list of the sum of the numbers in two
other lists as and bs:
(map . {as + bs})
And if you want a procedure that adds 2 to its argument:
(cut . {<> + 2})
Interesting....
Sincerely,
AmkG