Subject: Re: Separation in function and value cells (was Re: newbie: please don't smash my case)
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 2000/07/12
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <8khesh$4d5ar$>
Kent M Pitman  <> wrote:
| It is clear that CL has at least 4 namespaces.  We call it a Lisp2 merely
| as a shorthand for Lisp>1.  4 is "even more arbitrary" (heh) than 2, but
| 2 is "arbitrary enough".

Who was it who said, "There are only three magic numbers in computer
science: zero, one, & infinity"?  See also George Gamow's book "One,
Two, Three...Infinity" and the Jargon File's "Zero-One-Infinity Rule"


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