A lazy sequence implementation inspired by Clojure's. It is an alternative to SRFI 41. See this article for the motivation of creating this egg and a comparison with SRFI 41.
- (make-lazy-seq body) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq object. body is a thunk which will be called when the sequence is realized. It is expected to return one of the following things:
- The empty list to signify the end of the sequence
- A pair with the sequence's head in the car and a lazy-seq representing the sequence's tail in the cdr
- Another lazy-seq which will be realized recursively when the sequence is realized
- (lazy-seq body ...) syntax
Convenience syntax for make-lazy-seq with body ... being the thunk's body.
- (lazy-seq? seq) procedure
Predicate for checking whether seq is a lazy-seq.
- (lazy-seq-realized? seq) procedure
Predicate for checking whether seq has already been realized.
- (lazy-null? seq) procedure
Predicate for checking whether seq is null. Realizes seq.
- (lazy-seq->list seq) procedure
Completely realizes seq and returns a list of its elements. Should not be called on infinite sequences.
- (list->lazy-seq list) procedure
Turns list into a realized lazy-seq.
- (lazy-head seq) procedure
Realizes seq and returns its head.
- (lazy-tail seq) procedure
Realizes seq and returns its tail.
- (lazy-length seq) procedure
Completely realizes seq and returns its length. Should not be called on infinite sequences.
- (lazy-append seqs ...) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq representing the concatenation of seqs.
- (lazy-append-map proc seqs ...) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq which is the concatenation of lazy-seqs resulting from applying proc to each element in seqs.
- (lazy-reverse seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of the reversed seq. Note that even realizing just the head of the returned lazy-seq will realize seq completely. Infinite sequences can't be reversed.
- (lazy-take n seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of the first n elements of seq.
- (lazy-drop n seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of all but the first n elements of seq.
- (lazy-take-while pred? seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of all leading elements of seq satisfying pred?.
- (lazy-drop-while pred? seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of seq without all leading elements satisfying pred?.
- (lazy-ref n seq) procedure
Realizes seq up to the nth element and returns that element.
- (lazy-map proc seqs ...) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of applying proc to each element in seqs. Terminates with the sortest of seqs.
- (lazy-filter pred? seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of elements from seq satisfying pred?.
- (lazy-each proc seqs ...) procedure
Completely realizes seqs and applies proc to each item for its side-effect. Terminates with the sortest of seqs.
- (lazy-iterate proc x) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq with a head of x and a tail of applying proc to the preceding element.
- (lazy-repeat x) procedure
Returns an infinite lazy-seq of x.
- (lazy-repeatedly thunk) procedure
Returns an infinite lazy-seq of the return value of thunk at the time an element is realized.
- (lazy-cycle seq) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq which infinitely cycles through seq.
- (lazy-numbers #!key (step 1) (start 0) count) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of numbers starting at start and increasing by step. When count is a positive number the sequence terminates after count elements. Otherwise it is infinte.
- (input-port->lazy-seq port read) procedure
Returns a lazy-seq of the results of applying read to port (which must be an input port). The sequence terminates when read returns #!eof. The port is not closed automatically by this procedure.
(define odd-numbers (let next ((n 0)) (lazy-seq (if (odd? n) (cons n (next (+ n 1))) (next (+ n 1)))))) (lazy-ref 5 odd-numbers) ; => 11
Note that odd-numbers can be defined more conveniently like this:
(define odd-numbers (lazy-filter odd? (lazy-numbers)))
The source code is hosted at Bitbucket. Feel free to fork it and send pull requests there.
- Add lazy-length, lazy-reverse and lazy-cycle
- Add lazy-take-while and lazy-drop-while
- Initial release
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