[plt-scheme] call-by-value vs. call-by-name?

From: Benjamin L. Russell (dekudekuplex at yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Jan 31 01:09:48 EST 2008

No need to make the acronym "PLT" triply-recursive. 
Just model it on the recursive acronym "GNU"; viz
(since PLT is the name of a programming language

(P) -> PLT
(L) -> Language
(T) -> Team

On another note, regarding the FPCA 1995 Session 7
paper "How Much Non-Strictness do Lenient Programs
Require?," I just started reading it.  Stay tuned
while I finish reading it....

Benjamin L. Russell

--- Grant Rettke <grettke at acm.org> wrote:

> On Jan 28, 2008 5:59 PM, Michael Vanier
> <mvanier at cs.caltech.edu> wrote:
> > PLT is actually a triply-recursive acronym, where
> the "P" stands for "PLT", the "L" stands for the
> > middle letter of "PLT" and the "T" stands for the
> last letter of "PLT".  There you have it.
> (P) -> P.L.T.
> (L) -> Language
> (T) -> Tools
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