[mercury-users] List comprehensions?

Richard A. O'Keefe ok at atlas.otago.ac.nz
Wed May 2 10:52:48 AEST 2001

Fergus Henderson <fjh at cs.mu.OZ.AU> wrote:
	Peter Schachte has proposed a nice extension to Mercury syntax 
	called "sequence quantification" that would make it possible
	to express that kind of thing without using higher-order functions.
Peter Schachte used to hack Interlisp.  This looks a lot like Interlisp
loops (and therefore a lot like loops in CLtL2).  I can't help wondering
whether something modelled on "Series" (see CLtL2 for details) would fit
into Mercury.

(I used to hack Interlisp too.  I don't think that looking like Interlisp
is bad, not at all.)
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