• William G Hatch's avatar
    don't use the `case` form, use `cond` instead · 1fad6582
    William G Hatch authored
    The `case` form is terrible, and I wish it didn't exist.  I never use
    it, and I've only seen new Racketeers use it wrong.  You never want
    `case`, you want `cond` or `match` instead.
    The `case` form only allows literal data in the match, so if you try
    to use a variable it will be interpreted as a symbol instead!
    Moreover, `case` and `cond` both have a terrible design mistake that
    the fall-through case returns `void` instead of raising an error!
    I've only seen `case` result in tiresome debugging.