Subject: Re: Lisp is not an interpreted language From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 1996/11/13 Newsgroups: comp.ai,comp.ai.genetic,comp.ai.neural-nets,comp.lang.lisp,comp.lang.c++,comp.os.msdos.programmer,comp.lang.asm.x86,comp.unix.programmer,comp.ai.philosophy Message-ID: <email@example.com> * Mukesh Prasad | > when I was only an egg, at least I knew it. Mukesh Prasad may want to | | Hmmm... If you depend upon things you knew as an egg (i.e. never bothered | to actualy learn,) no wonder you come out with the proclamations you do! the expression "I am only an egg" refers to Robert A. Heinlein's legendary "Stranger on a Strange Land". so does the word "grok", which I assume is even more unfamiliar to you, both as a concept and as a word. it was first published in 1961. at that time I was _literally_ only an egg, but that is not what the expression refers to. #\Erik -- Please address private replies to "erik". Mail to "nobody" is discarded.