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Ranges: Making the Next Abstraction of Iteration Accessible

  • Mar 1, 2011 · 5:30 PM
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This presentation will summarize the discussion of ranges, asking the question: "When we begin to think in terms of ranges, what semantics or utilities can we introduce to improve the mental model, reduce code duplication, detect errors earlier, and even improve performance? More details on the the topic and speaker can be found on the Discussions Message Board at

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  • Nevin ".

    Brilliant! Rob really made ranges accessible.

    March 2, 2011

  • Conrad W.

    Well organized and clear.
    Examples could have been better motivated.

    March 2, 2011

  • Jay F. S.

    I must withdraw my attendance (let not the world mourn); I have
    been called to Dallas on short notice, and will be flying out on
    Tuesday afternoon. I vote in favor of whatever Conrad proposes,
    and you can count on my financial support.

    February 28, 2011

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