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How to write a function-defining function which stores the function arguments in a stack?
I have a function-defining function
SetAttributes[DefFn, HoldAll]; DefFn[f_[args___], body_] := f[args] := body;
I am trying to modify this function to record ...
Feb 23 '12 at 16:04
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