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On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 16:00 +0900, Daniel Nugent wrote:
> One question: How hard would it be to modify the way that exceptions
> are handled to hold off raising the exception until the result was
> requested?  I'm thinking specifically of some non-deterministic
> situations where you may request a value but never end up needing to
> use it.

Hmm, if it doesn't already do that, it's a bug.

Can you give me a test case which demonstrates the problem?

-mental

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