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> A modulo-sequence lets you use wrap-around indexes (like -1 or bignum) > but it's really a finite sequence, so *-size returns a true value, and > collection-fold halts. > > An infinite-sequence really is infinite, even if its internal > representation isn't, so *-size returns #f, and collection-fold does not > halt. > > Based on this, I say: Tighten up the definitions of *-size and fold to > make this more obvious, but otherwise no changes. There's no need for > finite-collection?, because it's essentially equivalent to *-size under > this interpretation. Correct. I've done just that. Scott
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