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Re: #:printer filed in language specification.

From: Maxime Devos
Subject: Re: #:printer filed in language specification.
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2021 16:47:56 +0200
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Justin Veilleux schreef op vr 17-09-2021 om 18:50 [-0400]:
> It works relatively well. However, I also wanted it to print a human 
> readable version of the procedures created. (It is hard to tell whether 
> #<procedure 1e39a38 (s)> is a correct church encoding of the number 3) 
> With a lot of fiddling, I managed to write a function that turns a 
> procedure into an S-expression.

The #:printer is only used by things like "guild compile -o ..." I think.

One option is to create ‘applicable structs’ (unfortunately they aren't
documented), setting the procedure to the actual procedure, and the record
printer (set-record-type-printer!) to something printing the S-exp of the
applicable struct.


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