il Sat, 01 May 2004 12:29:59 +0200, Kristof Bastiaensen
<kristof / vleeuwen.org> ha scritto::


>
>From a conceptual point of view is callcc very important.
>It is not just added because it may seem like a good feature,
>but because it makes Ruby a real functional language (like scheme).

I think this sentence may be incorrect.
 I mean, haskell, ocaml and lisp all does not have call/cc yet they're
functional languages.
(actually I'm not sure if lisp, ocaml and scheme can be defined as
functional languages, cause they're not pure ones, if I'm correct)