HLL is not against LLL

Rainer Blome rainer@physik3.gwdg.de
Wed, 19 Jul 1995 13:01:29 +0200

hi, you wrote:
> [Dylan] Function calls have no distinguised receiver
> and I think that's good (it uses generic functions).

i repeat: that's not good.  lookup from the object is simpler, more
efficient, more intuitive (most of the time) and better structured than
lookup from the verb (the function).  it still allows further
dispatch on the args' types.