And Pierre Mai has really understood the point of PARTITION.
Back to the PhD...
And they did. Thanks, Pierre.
Am I whistling in the wind, though? No vendor comments, no great deal of interest, just a few ripples. Ah well. I think it's a good thing anyway.
Thinking about the specification for PARTITION and friends in Common Lisp. I believe I now have a consistent spec in my mind, so it's now a matter of updating the specification and reference implementation, and announcing this fact to the world.
At which point, of course, someone else will come up with another niggle. Such is life.
Whee! 24 whole packages in cCLan.
I wonder if we are at the start of a revolution. Probably not, but it is fun...
Bah. I hate undergraduates.
8 students. Two fail to hand anything in from their Easter holidays, one has done the wrong paper, and two fail to turn up to the supervision. Sometimes I wonder why I still care.
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