(This is NOT a serious question. Please don't reply.)
> What's so great about the lambda calculus?
In a profession plagued by, "when all you have is a hammer, everything
looks like a nail," we get really excited when someone is able to come
along and prove that everything really *is* a nail if lambda is the
> (This is NOT a serious question. Please don't reply.)
Sorry, I couldn't take your "Please don't reply" request seriously.