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2 points by i4cu 94 days ago | link | parent

$.#f means you need to add a handler on a value, that's not handling the value as it's supposed to.


2 points by hjek 94 days ago | link

Is the $ the handler you are referring to?

You don't need to add any $ handlers to handle Racket booleans. They can be passed directly to Arc functions.

The $ is just there to get some Racket booleans.

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2 points by i4cu 94 days ago | link

sorry I don't have an install. I've been assuming:

  (if #f 'foo 'bar)
 
would error.

edit: and now I have and install... :)

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1 point by hjek 94 days ago | link

> sorry I don't have an install.

http://tryarc.org/

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3 points by akkartik 93 days ago | link

In fairness, tryarc.org it isn't always up lately. evanrmurphy has broached the subject of someone taking it over, but it hasn't happened yet.

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2 points by hjek 93 days ago | link

Yes, looks like it's plain Arc 3.1.

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