(as in id?, all-superclasses, ...) 
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 (as in id?, all-superclasses, ...)


>The DIRM takes pains to describe some 'functions' as [Function] instead of
>[Method] or [Generic-Function].  How is a [Function] (such as id?)
>created?  How do they differ from methods and generic-functions?  Aren't
>they really [Sealed Generic-Function]?

I think the intention here is that when something is described as a function
rather than as a generic function or method, then no type dispatching will
occur, and similarly to sealed generic functions, the implementation cannot be

// Patrick C. Beard
// Dept. of Computer Science, U. C. Davis


Mon, 10 Mar 1997 15:00:08 GMT  
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