Re: Comparator syntax if<=> John Cowan (04 Nov 2015 06:23 UTC)
Re: Comparator syntax if<=> John Cowan 04 Nov 2015 06:23 UTC
Kevin Wortman scripsit:
> Yes, these semantics would meet my need. Actually this definition of if<=>
> is more convenient for me than if3 was.
> Alternative names for consideration: case/comparator, case/order, branch.
SRFI 128 commenters should address these.
> (I'm assuming you meant me, "Kevin" Wortman, since the likelihood of
> someone else with a similar name having the same concern at the same time
> seems remote. :P )
Sometimes when I think about someone after not thinking about them for a while,
they get re-christened. I referred to the Guile implementor Andy Wingo
as "Tom Wingo" for a while.
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