In computer science, syntactic closures are an implementation strategy for a hygienic macro system. The actual arguments to a macro call are enclosed in the current environment, such that they cannot inadvertently reference bindings introduced by the macro itself.
- Syntactic exposures - A Lexically-Scoped Macro Facility for Extensible Compilers
- syntactic closures at Schemewiki
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