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How to cleanly encode "quasi-constants"?
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Date: 2000-06-27 (17:55)
From: Julian Assange <proff@i...>
Subject: Re: How to cleanly encode "quasi-constants"?
Pierre Weis <> writes:

> have the compiler looping, we thus need to detect looping programs and
> this is not trivial (!).

This work can be performed by the user with the aid of a device known
as a `bordometer'. Compile-time evulation by lisp and scheme compilers
is incredibly useful, and I see no particular reason caml could not
apply the same technique.