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I make this little proposition to Sebastian for a short syntax to his curry srfi. I think the most practical use of it is to reduce clutter in Scheme code. Instead of `curry', I propose `_j'. This name comes from the projection notation in math. Also, I would use `_' instead of `<>'and `._.'instead of `<...>'. So it would look like this Instead of: You see: (curry cons a <>) (_j cons a _) (curry list 1 <> 3 <> 5) (_j list 1 _ 3 _ 5) (curry list) (_j list) (curry list 1 <> 3 <...>) (_j list 1 _ 3 ._.) And you get rid of the name problem of curry, partial, etc. -- Mario