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* From: Jorgen Schaefer <forcer@xxxxxxxxx> | Actually, I would also recommend using a longer name than ALET | unless the A has some specific semantic that eludes me at the | moment. MU-LET for example would be much more expressive as to the | use of the LET form. ALET means Another (or All ?) LET. MU-LET also seems to be good. | Also, is there any reason why you define MU and NU as syntax, and | not as procedures? (define mu* (lambda args (lambda (f) (apply f args)))) ((mu* 1 2 3) list) => (1 2 3) ((apply mu* 1 '(2 3)) list) => (1 2 3) Although MU* can be substituted for MU and NU, MU* is much slower than MU. Thanks. -- Joo ChurlSoo