On Sun, 30 Dec 2007, Joost Behrends wrote:
> A similar point: The tutorials teach, that "=" has a similar meaning than "="
> mathematics. But there is a big difference: it is not reflexive. The
> the right side is the definition of the left. Thus "x=y" has still some kind
> temporality, which mathematics doesn't have. Wadler himself describes bunches
> of lazily computed equations as "dataflows" somewhere.
The distinction between '=' and '==' is much like in C, although mixing
them up is not so dangerous like in C. ':=' and '=' like in Wirth
languages would be nicer.
> For adapting hws (one of the reasons for me to be here, not many languages
> a native web server) to Windows i must work on time.
Several people have adapted and further developed HWS:
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