make-queue, queue-front, queue-back, queue-invoke Shiro Kawai 03 Dec 2014 04:35 UTC
* It is typical to create a queue with empty initial state, and
I think many existing implementations (e.g SLIB) has zero-argument
make-queue to do so. Is there a reason that not to make `k'
optional with the default value 0?
* What will happen if I apply queue-front and queue-back on an empty
* It hit me weird that it has queue-invoke specifically; is it such
a common operation to deserve a separate API? It's one-liner anyway,
and I do use queues for such purpose, it's just one of many ways
to use the queue.