Re: Lisp Syntax - functions versus data
- From: "Tim Bradshaw" <tfb+google@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: 27 Feb 2007 04:48:32 -0800
On Feb 27, 11:27 am, André Thieme
Here you have passed the literal list (LAMBDA (X) (+ 3 X)) as a
function, because you quoted that form: Instead you need to pass a
What does it mean?
Instead of passing a function he should have passed a... function?
Sorry! What I meant to say was: he passed a (literal) list as an
argument to a function which was expecting that argument to be a
It was early in the morning, and the cat wrote it anyway.