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Re: Re2: MCL Framework & Direction
- To: D1104@AppleLink.Apple.COM (Computer SW Consult, J Stulin,PAS)
- Subject: Re: Re2: MCL Framework & Direction
- From: cfry@MIT.EDU (Christopher Fry)
- Date: Fri, 26 Jun 92 14:24:54 EST
- Cc: HOHMANN@ZUG.CSMIL.UMICH.EDU, INFO-MCL@CAMBRIDGE.APPLE.COM
> You are correct; we will always want more memory, disk, and cpu power, and C++
> will always be more lean and mean than Lisp. But consider this:
Adding to Jeff's list:
-As the C environments get to have the functionality of the lisp environments, they'll
get close to just as big.
- Many of this year's consumer answering machines now have RAM in place of the announcment
tape. The replacement of the message tape with semiconductor memory is in some machines
now but will be in many more next year.