DDC compiler and effects; better than Haskell? (was Re:
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Wed Aug 12 13:13:44 EDT 2009
On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 08:34:28AM -0500, Derek Elkins wrote:
> > As was just pointed out in the unsafeDestructiveAssign thread from which
> > this thread was forked, effects are incompatible with non-strict
> > evaluation.
> No, they aren't. At least, they aren't in any technical way. There
> have been more than a few languages supporting both laziness and
> mutation starting with Algol.
But laziness is just one way of implementing non-strictness,
right? What about others methods?
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