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Re: [Scheme-reports] 6.7.4 system interfaces
On Fri 20 May 2011 01:00, John Cowan <cowan@x> writes:
> Andy Wingo scripsit:
>> Does `command-line' include the equivalent of argv ?
> System-dependent. JVM/CLR systems have no analogue of argv.
Suggestion: specify that all systems either have an argv at the
beginning, or that all do not. In the case that there is no natural
argv, the implementation should provide one with an unspecified
value. That said, implementations shout prefer to use the name of the
file containing the main program.
>> Does `current-jiffy' indicate wall-clock time or runtime?
> I don't know. What should it be?
Both are useful. This one should probably be wall-clock time.
$1 = 117657808
$2 = 15237676615
$3 = 1000000000
I don't suggest the name "real-time", it's confusing I think.
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