optimization of list comprehensions
Fri Mar 3 15:01:55 CET 2006
Mats Cronqvist wrote:
> Torbjorn Tornkvist wrote:
>> Mats Cronqvist wrote:
>>> here's the thing. the list comprehensions were introduced for no
>>> good reason, in that they added nothing that you could not already do.
>> Hm...as I remember it; they were introduced because of Mnemosyne.
> in order to do what? i.e. is there anything that cannot be done
> without list comprehensions? (i've never used mnemosyne).
Hans Nilsson can probably elaborate on this quite a bit.
Mnemosyne added a way of doing Mnesia queries using a syntax
very close to list comprehensions, so close in fact that they
were added as a general language construct. At least that is
how I remember it...
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