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+[[!toc]]
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+##More on evaluation strategies##
+
+Here are notes on [[evaluation order]] that make the choice of which
+lambda to reduce next the selection of a route through a network of
+links.
+
+
##Computing the length of a list##
How could we compute the length of a list? Without worrying yet about what lambda-calculus implementation we're using for the list, the basic idea would be to define this recursively:
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##Fixed-point Combinators Are a Bit Intoxicating##
-![tatoo](/y-combinator.jpg)
+![tatoo](/y-combinator-fixed.jpg)
There's a tendency for people to say "Y-combinator" to refer to fixed-point combinators generally. We'll probably fall into that usage ourselves. Speaking correctly, though, the Y-combinator is only one of many fixed-point combinators.
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that is similar, but expressed in terms of non-well-founded sets
rather than recursive functions.
-HOWEVER, you should be cautious about feeling too comfortable with
+##However...##
+
+You should be cautious about feeling too comfortable with
these results. Thinking again of the truth-teller paradox, yes,
`Ω`

is *a* fixed point for `I`, and perhaps it has
some a privileged status among all the fixed points for `I`, being the