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[DISCUSSION] a core (was: E_PROPNF, E_VERBNF)
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 16:34:00 PST
From: email@example.com (ThwartedEfforts)
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On a slightly different topic:
>In addition to the fact that the LambdaCore doesn't do everything one
>might want it to (though certainly it could do what these builtin functions
>would do), there's also nothing wrong with experimentation (provided
>it isn't just mindless duplication of work already done).
Interesting point... although the point of a core is to be 'generic', and exist
as a jumping off point for bigger and better things. A core is just the
basics -- all the things you think you might need to get a job done. What
that job is is not up to the core. I don't expect the core to do everything
I want... what would be the fun in that?
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