From: Ben Houston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jun 15 2002 - 11:28:51 MDT
> > Does anyone know of other environments/languages that have more
> > developed this type of development paradigm?
> Gosh, I don't know... lisp???
> This CodeDOM you're talking about seems remarkably similar in intent
> defmacro. Combine that with a dynamic IDE with some similarities to
> you describe... and it sure looks like a modern lisp...
Cool stuff. I guess you are right. :-)
Now I just have to figure out why I am not using Lisp or whether I
should switch languages.
I've used Scheme in my classes before but it seemed like such a toy
language. It was fairly easy to code in and I remember passing around
predicates as function parameters.
What is the equivalent of exceptions (i.e. throw, catch) in Lisp or
Scheme? What is the best 'GUI/windowing' abstract data type library for
Lisp or Scheme?
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