[Maxima] Stupidity and cleverness
belanger at truman.edu
Wed Mar 21 11:18:02 CDT 2007
"Stavros Macrakis" <macrakis at alum.mit.edu> writes:
> We could be inspired by Lisp, and make false == , rest()= /
> false, etc. (a pun which I take advantage of all the time in Lisp
> programming). We could be inspired by C, and make  / false equal 0,
> and have ar (where ar is a declared array) inspect some memory
> location. We could be inspired by Perl, and have 23+"45" = 68,
> true+false=0, etc.
> They all allow you to do "clever things", but I don't want them in Maxima.
Perhap I missed a thread; did someone suggest they be a part of Maxima?
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