[Haskell-cafe] Lazy evaluation/functions

Erlend Hamberg ehamberg at gmail.com
Sun Dec 27 08:57:42 EST 2009

On Sunday 27. December 2009 14.16.15 michael rice wrote:
> I've seen the terms "lazy evaluation" and "lazy function." Is this just
>  lazy language or are both these terms valid?

In some languages, like Oz, one can have lazy functions even though the 
default is evaluation strategy is an eager one. In cases like that it is 
convenient to call those functions “lazy functions”.
Erlend Hamberg
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