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Re: Numeric efficiency in dylan (or lisp in general)

>>an extra level of indirection.  It also means that cross-function
optimizations are impossible (or greatly reduced in effectiveness).  This
is where Dylan's "seal it and ship it" orientation is going to be

Sorry if this has been gone over N times before; I've got a question about the
meaning of function freezing, which overlaps slightly into sealing. 
When you freeze a method which is bound to a module variable, do you also 
freeze the value of that variable, or can that variable be changed later
without melting the method first?