Wed, 14 Mar 2001 13:30:06 -0800 (PST)
> You're right that Appel's inliner would not handle this case;
> flow-directed inlining does which is what I was thinking about.
What does flow directed inlining do and why does it do it?
> I concede your points although I must admit that when I first
> read the example, my initial reaction was to think of other
> standard simplification strategies that would lead to the same
It's definitely bad that it confused you. Like I said, I'll add some