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Since 4/5/2012 6:08:00 AM, still.scattered has written 1 articles and participated in 5 conversations.
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 Items(1) /1 is laziness leakier? 1 71 (12/14/2009 12:13:36 PM) comp.lang.functionalGreetings, After having learned SML and (to a much lesser extent) Scheme I've tried to learn a bit of Haskell. I've read through Graham Hutton's introductory book but haven't had time to plunge into someth...scattered

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 Items(3) /1 Maybe C is the perfect language for really good systems programmers, but unfortunately not-so-good systems and applications programmers are using it and they shouldn�t be. 20 39 (11/4/2009 2:09:26 AM) comp.lang.cI found the quote from "Coders at Work" where Bernie Cossel is interviewed, page 560. I don?t want to say that C has outlived its usefulness, but I think it was used by too many good programmers so that now no...caseyhHAMMER_TIME (219) Tryst with a variation of Fibonacci !! 12 33 (11/16/2009 2:37:09 AM) comp.lang.cConsider the following code snippet: int find_fib(int N) { assert(N>0); int f1 = 1; int f2 = 1; if(N= 2): o f(n + 1) = f(n) + f(n - 1) + 1 o f(n + 1) = 2 * fib(n) - 1 + 2 * fib(n ...nthrgeek (2) While(1) or for(;;) for infinite loops? 159 56 (12/4/2009 6:06:57 PM) comp.lang.cI assume this has come up before but I am getting nowhere with searches. To make an infinite loop, while(1) tends to generate lint/compiler warnings, for(;;) does not. Other than personal preference, are the...scott7146 (164)