Wed Dec 7 13:33:10 EST 2005
Matthew Flatt <mflatt at cs.utah.edu> writes:
>> Question 2: From your perspective, is this a legal library?
>> (library <lib-path> <language>
>> (display x)
>> (define x 5)
> Syntactically, yes. I think of it as a run-tmie error, because `x'
> doesn't have a value when the `display' is evaluated. Probably we need
> to pin this down better.
Is there anything in the current SRFI draft that says it's a run-time
error? (I couldn't find it on cursory reading or trying to look for
the appropriate keywords.) I was surprised by this. Also, when you
say "doesn't have a value", do you mean:
- doesn't have a binding
- has a binding to some special "unbound" value
- has a binding to a location containing an "unassigned" value
Whatever the choice, could you provide a rationale? It seems odd that
I can use a macro definition in the forms that come after it, but not
a regular definition. (Right?)
Cheers =8-} Mike
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