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From: yoann padioleau <padator@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] The Caml morale crasher #1
> * Damien Guichard:
> 
> > When annoucing an OCaml project on a public forum i have been
> > advised to renunce lambdas because it would impede translation to "a
> > less obscure, more popular language".
> 
> Most languages offer strictly downward closures.  Even GCC's C
> implementation has them. 8-)

Again I think I will disagree on the choice of your words :)
GCC has nested functions. I think that we can't call that a closure; a closure is something
that close his environment and store it somewhere. There is no such thing in GCC I think.

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