On Oct 31, 2:21 am, Nils M Holm <news2...@t3x.org> wrote:
> In comp.lang.scheme Totaram Sanadhya <swami.totaram.sanad...@gmail.com> wrote:I posted in a previous reply that is crossposted to cls also with a
> > On the one hand the elements of a list such as (a b c d) are right
> > (cons 'a (cons 'b (cons 'c (cons 'd nil)))) C-x C-e
> > ==> (a b c d)
> > On the other hand a curried function such as (f x y z) is left
> > (...(f x) y) z)
> > How do you resolve this paradox?
> It depends.
> How do you obtain the curried F in the above expression?
> What is (curry (curry cons x) y) supposed to give?
> What exactly is the paradox?
short code suggested by Mr Kastrup and in the groups archive.
The paradox that I am perceiving is that the default associativity in
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