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At Sat, 24 Jun 2006 12:08:09 -0400, John Cowan wrote: > Robby Findler scripsit: > > > > This makes programs much more difficult to understand, and this > > > for the sole reason of saving one to write two parens. I don't > > > think this is worth it. > > > > Seems like a pretty abstract argument, esp. when this seems to be > > common practice and without it, one cannot implement classes or units > > as macros. > > Of course you can. You just can't pretend that something is a Scheme-level > variable when in fact it's a member of a class. At Sat, 24 Jun 2006 18:06:22 +0200, Jorgen Schaefer wrote (also in response to the above): > This is wrong. [ ... ] Seesh. Would you guys take the much more awkward clause "one cannot implement classes or units where variables bound by fields in classes or imports/definitions in units are not wrapped in parenthesis"? signing out, Robby