From: "Dave Raggett" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 16 May 1996 13:11:20 -0400
From email@example.com Thu May 16 13: 11:25 1996
I finally got time to look at their proposed specification. It looks very
close to the approach I was in with my experiments with prolog. Their
notation corresponds to what I was calling the internal or semantic form
that is derived from the surface syntax by applying the operator predence
parser and mapping rules.
I don't understand why they chose to write names of symbols or functions
in two different styles, e.g. "trunc" vs ⌈ To my mind this will
confuse users into making errors. I would prefer to let people use
plain words like trunc, lceil, sin and integral.
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