Scheme vs. CommonLisp vs. the World
Chris Bitmead uid(x22068)
Tue, 13 May 1997 10:07:46 +1000
>Yet another BTW, I recall Scheme only has arrays of type "t".
>It doesn't have (unsigned byte 8) element arrays,
I believe byte arrays in Scheme are called strings.
>or (unsigned byte 32) element arrays,
Perhaps a nice implementation might store 4byte things efficiently in
a standard vector.
>or (unsigned byte 1), all of which are incredible useful for
>writing efficient system-level code and interfacing with
>hardware and other byte-level internet protocols.