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This collection provides one file, _contract-utils.ss_, which implements
several general-purpose contracts and contract utilities.
> (nelistof/c flat-contract)
This function accepts a flat contract (or a predicate, which is converted
to a flat contract) and produces a contract that recognizes non-empty lists
whose elements match the given contract.
This flat contract recognizes arbitrary S-expressions. Here, an
S-expression is either the empty list, a number, a symbol, a string, a
Boolean, a character, or a cons cell containing two S-expressions.
This flat contract recognizes (unary) predicate functions. A predicate
function is a function which can consume any single value and always
produces a Boolean result.
> (optional/c flat-contract)
This function accepts a flat contract (or a predicate) and produces a
contract that recognizes an optional value---that is, either a value that
satisfies the given contract, or #f.
This flat contract recognizes strictly positive integers.
> (eta function)
This macro simply eta-expands function; that is, it expands to
(lambda args (apply f args)) .
This is useful primarily to allow contract definitions to appear before
their predicate definitions, for legibility reasons.
Contract-Utils: general-purpose PLT contract utilities.
Copyright (C) 2005 Richard Cobbe
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Clarification: I consider that simply using this library as a client, by
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your client program.