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Date: Wed, 1 Aug 90 08:05 CDT
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 90 13:21 EDT
From: Barry Margolin <barmar@Think.COM>
Since non-EQ structures can never be EQUAL or EQUALP, there's no reason
the hash table implementation should hash on the structure contents.
I thought that the eventual decision of X3J13 was that distinct
DEFSTRUCT structures were indeed EQUALP if their corresponding slots
were EQUALP. This is the definition on page 109 of CLtL/2e, anyway.
Yeah, I was looking on p.108, where it says that it doesn't descend
structures. P.109 is correct. I've corrected my copy so that I won't
make this mistake in the past.
But my point is still correct for EQUAL hash tables.