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D. Gregor kerrangster at gmail.com
Sat May 17 14:52:55 EDT 2008


Common Lisp is a multiparadigm, general purpose programming language  
that supports imperative, functional, and object-oriented programming  
paradigms.  Haskell is purely functional.  Is this a reason why there  
is not macro feature in Haskell?  I feel the object-oriented paradigm  
of CL and Scheme is the reason for the macro feature in these two  
languages.  If it's not, then what does the macro feature provide, and  
why isn't it in Haskell?

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