Interesting: "Lisp as a competitive advantage"
Thu, 3 May 2001 21:08:09 -0400
Tim Sauerwein wrote:
> I once wrote a macro to help express pattern-matching rules.
> In these rules, variables that began with a question mark were treated
David Gifford's Programming Languages class at MIT uses Scheme+, a variant
of MIT Scheme with datatypes and pattern matching. These extensions are
implemented as macros. (http://tesla.lcs.mit.edu/6821)
But of course Haskell has those already :)