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[REBOL] context of a function Re:(6)

From: brian:hawley:bigfoot at: 23-Aug-2000 13:33

Ladislav wrote:
>Hi Elan, > >I am not a native English speaker, but see some use for a >terminological change: > >You wrote: > >{{ >It is simple to determine which words are bound to the context of >a function. We must do a little more work to determine whether an >instance of the word a is bound to the context of the object or >to the context of the function. >}} > >I offer the following reformulation (the asterisks are marking the >difference): > >{{ >It is simple to determine whether a word *can be* bound to the >context (of a function/object). We must do a little more work to >determine whether a word *is* bound to the context (of the >function/object). >}}
You have my vote! I will try to use this terminology in the future. By the way, I am a native English speaker, to the extent that is how American English is referred to by Americans. I gather that non-Americans usually use swear words when referring to my country's dialects. :) Brian Hawley Currently in Chicago, IL