Sun, 18 May 1997 01:16:26 -0400 (EDT)
> > ABW> Structure objects /are/ immutable, and count as sets of def-bindings, BTW,
> > ABW> which may be bound to variables, of course. val-bindings seem to make little
> > ABW> sense inside an object?
> > How about inside a method object.
ABW> What, you mean in the code? Yes, you make them either implicitly with
ABW> argument bindings, or with some kind of let statement. Is that what
ABW> you meant?
Although if you were to use sugar and do something as twisted as emulate
the C++ style single-select method-inside-class style of oop then
perhaps it would be more useful, like an implicit, dynamially scoped
ABW> By object above, I was referring to "object of user-defined implementation type",
I've probably read you out of context.