May as well throw in on an ancient discussion....
- PrologMonks: There's more than one way to do it, and
we'll backtrack until we find them all.
- SchemeMonks: Hey, we should be listed at LispMonks.
What's that? Hey! Scheme is a Lisp, too! Shut up!
- SmalltalkMonks: The class browser makes doing it
- PDLMonks: There's more than one way to do it, but they
all take ages to translate to real code, and never get
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