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Tue May 14 12:43:43 CDT 2013
On May 14, 2013, at 10:17 AM, Ralf Stoye wrote:
>> That is not true. Stacks and cons cells are fundamentally different data structures. You can build a stack out of cons cells, but you can't build cons cells out of a stack. A stack is *strictly* a last-in-first-out data structure, which is the reason it doesn't need to be garbage collected.
> sure you can allocate cons cells on a stack, but you will crash if you return this list to the caller (try dynamic-extent for that ;-) )
"Allocating a cons cell on a stack" is not the same thing as "building a cons cell out of a stack."
> So please give an example
> this list is not about education,
Make up your mind.
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