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On Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 6:18 PM, Xavier Wang <> wrote:
> Sorry, but I mean, a new version of assert against the baselib one that
> _don't_ evaluate the second expression if the first expression is true.

That is difficult because assert() is a function, not a macro like in C.

It's a pity that expressions cannot be statements, e.g. the expression

1 == 0 or error_fn()

works as we want: error_fn() is only called if the first condition fails.

steve d.