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Re: multiple-values alternative with better destructuring
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: multiple-values alternative with better destructuring
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 04 Jan 93 13:37:29 EST
- Posted-date: Mon, 04 Jan 93 13:37:29 EST
Rob Farrow (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
It appears that DYLAN, correct me if I'm wrong, does not return
multiple values from all the primitive forms (Common Lisp makes this
I'm having trouble figuring out what this means. I presume you don't
mean that you want +, for instance, to return more than one value.
This can make binding multiple-values a pain, because I now need to
be aware which forms will and won't return multiple-values.
They all do. All CommonLisp forms, and all Dylan forms, return
multiple values. For most of them, N=1, for some N=0 or N>1.