Interface Singleton

All Known Implementing Classes:
EmptyList, EOFObject, MemoizedSymbol, Nothing, Quantity, SchemeBoolean, SchemeVoid, Syntax

public interface Singleton

A Singleton is a Value or Expression that is always pointer equal to itself. That is, there is only one of its kind in existance anywhere in the Scheme System at any time. Scheme #t, #f, #!eof, and the empty list are all examples of singletons.

Method Summary
 Value singletonValue()

Method Detail


Value singletonValue()