hoodwink.d enhanced

Tue Apr 3

It’s like a tabula rasa of toothpaste for dinner.


I tend to use the “list-as-sequence” view rather than the “list-as-first-and-rest” view. The reason is that defining a list as a first and a rest is an arbitrary and artificial distinction that is based on the implementation of lists that Lisp happens to use. The “list-as-sequence” view makes no such artificial distinction. It treats all elements identically.

Peter Norvig in Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming


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