IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Nov 2 10:46:35 CET 2005
Frank Barknecht wrote:
> These are abstractions implementing common list operations. Included are in
> alphabetical order:
> get a list containing the last x atoms received.
seems like you are using "-" as separator between "list" and the
it would be very nice if this would be compatible with the "standard"
since there is no way to make an abstraction [list x] which behaves
fundamentally different from [list y], i would suggest to alias the core
functions to names without backslashes.
(no matter whether the separator is "." or "-" or anything else _but_ space)
this way we could have a consistant(ly named) set of objects operating
on lists, no matter whether they are built-ins, external C-objects or
(what again was the reason to not do it like that in the first place??)
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