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Re: compiling interpreted functions
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: compiling interpreted functions
- From: email@example.com (Barry Margolin)
- Date: 7 Oct 1993 16:42:02 -0400
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I've removed comp.lang.lisp.franz, since I don't think this discussion is
relevant to Franz Lisp (which has nothing to do with the Lisp product from
In article <28pr18INN77h@no-names.nerdc.ufl.edu> email@example.com (Kelly Murray) writes:
>I believe that COMPILE takes either a lambda expression '(lambda()..) or a function name,
>and your function argument is neither (it's a function), so the error is appropriate.
Actually, CLtL1 specified that it could only be a lambda expression. In the
dpANS and CLtL2 it is extended to allow a lambda expression or a function.
But many implementations don't implement that feature yet.