[plt-scheme] A literary metaphor for Scheme

From: nishad at ptolemy.tlg.uci.edu (nishad at ptolemy.tlg.uci.edu)
Date: Wed Nov 9 20:48:57 EST 2005

Prabhakar Ragde wrote:
> recommendation than those who know only the cultural icon might think. 
> As for Joyce (Ulysses being one of my desert-island books), I initially 
> thought of the suggestion as inappropriate, but after another stab at 
> Dybvig's syntax-case chapter, perhaps not. 

If you're stabbing at syntax-case, forget Ch. 8 of TSPL and go
straight to "Writing Hygenic Macros in Scheme with Syntax-Case",

For what it's worth, I think Dybvig's prose style (especially in that
report) is a thing of rare beauty.

"Things ain't been the same since the blues walked into town."

                                                -- Larry Love

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