Re: Flamebait if I ever saw it



Jon Harrop <jon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on Sun, 07 Oct 2007:
. ML-style pattern matching is more popular than Common Lisp.
. ML-style static typing is more popular than Common Lisp.
. Haskell, OCaml and Common Lisp are roughly as popular as each other

References please. Nobody believes your unsupported claims.

-- Don
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