[plt-scheme] scribblings on PLT Scheme 4.0

From: Andrew Reilly (andrew-scheme at areilly.bpc-users.org)
Date: Mon May 28 20:09:27 EDT 2007

On Mon, May 28, 2007 at 12:51:09PM -0400, Danny Yoo wrote:
> >My C, Java and Python experience (where the lists that I use are 
> >growable vectors) has pre-disposed me to think in terms of "adding 
> >elments to the end of a list", and that doesn't seem to be a native 
> >Scheme idiom, so I'll have to get over it.
> Just as a note: there is growable vector type that you can use from the 
> "evector" PLaneT package:
> http://planet.plt-scheme.org/display.ss?package=evector.plt&owner=soegaard

Thanks for the pointer!  I had seen that when I had a look over
the PlaneT collection, but for now I'm trying to soak up as
much scheme-do as I can.  I may come back to evector, though:
at the moment I'm using hash-tables keyed by integers instead
of a growable vector in a few places, and I suspect that that's
probably a little inefficient.  Not a problem at the moment.



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