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Re: Problems with "map"
Warren Lucas <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I am using the latest version of CLISP for Win32s on Win95, and
> encounter a small problem that I think may be a bug. It centers around
> use of the "map" function the following way.
> (let ((vs (map '(simple-array subscript 1) <---- problem here
> When I run (small-demo), the program progresses through "component
> Preparation" and stops with an error about "(SIMPLE-ARRAY SUBSCRIPT 1)
> not an available type".
This is a bug, indeed. The error message I get is
*** - There are no sequences of type (SIMPLE-ARRAY SUBSCRIPT 1)
> Is there some way I can get around this if it is a ANSI non-compliance
As a workaround, you can write (simple-array subscript (*)) instead of
(simple-array subscript 1). Both are semantically equivalent.