From: John Max Skaller (skaller_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-06-25 18:20:45
Greg Colvin wrote:
> > > We can do much more than this, and it is the ultimate goal.
> > I agree, but it will never happen in C++. (IMHO)
> Do you mean in the C++ standard?
Not particularly, although that too.
> Given the primitives, are there any insurmountable obstacles
> to implementing join calculus in C++?
Sure. Just consider something more basic first,
such as the lambda calculus. C++ just doesn't have the
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