#lisp - Fri 13 Apr 2007 between 00:15 and 01:35

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BrianRiceit certainly seems to be the same :)
(eq (values) nil) => T
kpreidCLHS calls that concept the "primary value".
RiastradhIn a single-value context, zero values equate with NIL. Compare, though, (MULTIPLE-VALUE-LIST (VALUES)) with (MULTIPLE-VALUE-LIST NIL).
BrianRicegood point
rtoymc::bad-coerce-error. How did that happen? And now what? :-(
nyefNow what? c::no-cookie, of course!
rtoymOh, well. Moving the offending function to another file fixes it.
Heh.
AshyIsMewoah
it seems lisperati.com was planet-lisped (as apposed to slashdotted)
bandwidth limit exceeded
baggitowhat are the advantages of defstruct over defclass?
rahulnot much.
baggitoapart from implicit print-readably support... ?
nyefbaggito: Potential optimizations for "raw" slots and umm... it works on cl-84?
RiastradhPerformance, which means that there is no reason for you to use it unless you have a reason to use it.
baggitoright
this is what i wanted to hear really
camdezhaha, cl-84..
baggitothanks
rahulbaggito: structures don't really implicitly support print-readably. they just provide a default which might work if you're lucky.
baggitoi tried it out just the once ... and then i was missing with-slots
now i have to write some more code in the same place and i'm considering changing it from struct to class
oh damn i'm starting to talk too much... someone's going to get annoyed
thanks...
hefneroh, cute. I never realized format ~A would print "A condition FOO was signalled." given a condition object.
Riastradhclhs 9.1.3
specbothttp://www.lispworks.com/reference/HyperSpec/Body/09_ac.htm
hefnerAs you can see, I'm not a heavy user of the condition system. Still none of print, prin1, princ print it that way.
..because I am a moron
RiastradhSee that section in the CLHS (9.1.3), hefner.
hefner(even with slime repl's color coding of return values versus output, I manage to commit multiple newbie mistakes simultaneously)
nowl#scheme
ModiusIs there any trick whereby, if Blah is a macro (that takes params), the system can be set up such that #'Blah can be redirected to some function?
rahulno
look at compiler macros
ModiusIs there some trick whereby someone can piggyback something in front of #'?
rahulno. look at compiler macros.
ModiusOh, compiler macros not read macros. Thanks, I'll go look that up.

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