Re: terra incognita
Dare Obasanjo wrote: > [Tim Bray wrote]: > > At the end of the day code and data just aren't that much > > like each other. Maybe this is why Lisp never took over the > > world, cool though it is. -Tim > > It is very interesting that you say this. I've seen a few people > from the Lisp camp complain that XML is simply a more verbose > yet less powerful reinvention of Lisp S-expressions with a lot of > extra complexity added in (like namespaces, attributes and entity > references). You have to take that with a grain of salt though. There are folks in the Lisp camp who say that about *every* new programming technology. "What's the big deal about X? It's just a poorly reinvented version of feature Y in Common Lisp." --Joe English jenglish@f...
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