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How to measure the length of a Lisp-style list?

FunC standard library includes Lisp-style lists. TON documentation describes them and their basic functionality like adding an element to the beginning of a list, but there's no mention of measuring the length of a list. How to do it?

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Posted 10 months ago
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Finding the length of a lisp-style list is a manual process. You have to traverse the list. As such, it most likely doesn't worth it in a smart contract context, so it's better to keep a separate counter variable, whenever you're going to need to use length.

Posted 10 months ago