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Re: multiple values
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: multiple values
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 04 Jan 93 16:04:58 EST
- Posted-date: Mon, 04 Jan 93 16:04:58 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. ... All CommonLisp
forms, and all Dylan forms, return multiple values. For most of
them, N=1, for some N=0 or N>1.
email@example.com (among others) replies:
Unless dpans changed it... All commonlisp forms do not;
prog1 returns 1 value.
Oh, that's what he meant. I guess everyone else figured that out. By
"return" I thought he meant return, and by "form" I though he meant
form. :-) Yes, PROG1 is a CL operator for which N is always 1.
The dpANS did not change this.