>>>"AP" == Andy Piper schrieb am Thu, 02 Jul 1998
AP> At 12:53 PM 7/2/98 +0200, Hrvoje Niksic wrote:
> When using a subset of a standardized language, you can still
> write conformant programs. The reason to use the subset instead
> of the unabridged experience is, of course, efficiency.
AP> I am dead against this. A subset loses us much of what we would
AP> gain through swapping to a standard language engine. We would
AP> just have eclisp instead of elisp which is just as bad IMHO.
Thanks. I could not have said it better.
Why people hate using Lisp:
"Are people suffering from parenthophobia-by-proxy, mistaking
`parens' for `parents'?" - Erik Naggum in comp.emacs.xemacs