Re: Memory use of sort! Aubrey Jaffer 13 Nov 2006 00:10 UTC
| Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2006 13:52:04 +0100 | From: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Jens_Axel_S=F8gaard?= <email@example.com> | | The specification of sort! reads: | | Function: sort! sequence less? | Function: sort! sequence less? key | | Returns list, array, vector, or string sequence which has | been mutated to order its elements according to less?. Given | valid arguments, it is always the case that: | | (sorted? (sort! sequence less?) less?) => #t | | Would be possible to add that the sorting is in-place? Just before the specification of SORTED? is: The `!' variants sort in place; sort! returns its sequence argument.