Ken Tilton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| >>Lisp just has every way imaginable to do anything you might
| >>reasonably want to do, it is thoroughly not a magical superspecial
| >>orgasmic new way of programming so get back to work and when the way you
| >>settle on starts telling you I really do not want to be doing this pick
| >>another way. The more monkeys you have trying more ways obviously the
| * Monkeys: plural noun. Kenny's explanation of his programming style.
| Enough monkeys typing long enough will eventually produce Cells. k
Yes, but the monkeys need to communicate with each other so that
after one has produced Cells [or whatever the target-of-the-week is]
the others know to *stop*!
I thought that's what "c.l.lisp" was for -- communication between
us randomly-typing monkeys to prune the search tree. No?
Rob Warnock <email@example.com>
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