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Thu Nov 15 17:30:45 CET 2018
Am Do., 15. Nov. 2018, 15:01 hat Ryan Joseph <ryan at thealchemistguild.com>
> Given that, having a light-weight “anonymous nested function” (not a
> “reference to” closure) is actually a nice compliment and in fact 2
> different things. As FPC’s current c-blocks support demonstrates, it has
> closure properties but NOT anonymous functions (yet), which are indeed 2
> distance concepts. Seems to be both are good to have.
No, too many ways to do the same thing don't make things easier, not to
mention that everything needs to be maintained. So this gets a definite
"no" from me.
Also the overhead for calling an anonymous function is only that for a
virtual method call.
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