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Re: "Scheme has data types and Lisp doesn't."

In article <737@skye.ed.ac.uk> jeff@aiai.uucp (Jeff Dalton) writes:
>In article <13120@well.UUCP> nagle@well.UUCP (John Nagle) writes:
>>Common LISP has lots of declarations.  But the programmer isn't required
>>to provide them and the compiler implementor isn't required to make them
>>do much.  CLTL: [...]  Not that SCHEME is really all that different.
>I knew about all of the things you cite in CLtL.  I still don't see
>how it explains the claim that "Scheme has data types and Lisp doesn't."
>-- Jeff

Well, the claim is false!
Ulf Dahlen
Dept of Computer & Info Science, University of Linkoping, Sweden
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