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- To: BUG-LISP at MIT-MC
- Subject: LEXPR-FUNCALL
- From: Kent M. Pitman <KMP at MIT-MC>
- Date: Mon, 1 Sep 80 02:50:00 GMT
- Cc: ALAN at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 31 August 1980 22:50-EDT
Date: 25 August 1980 01:23-EDT
From: Alan Bawden <ALAN at MIT-MC>
lexpr-funcall allows you to call it with just one argument.
This is a meaningless case and should be flushed for consistency.
Just to disambiguate, he means flush the case of (lexpr-funcall fn) --
*not* (lexpr-funcall fn arglist) ... the word 'argument' plays a dual role
here. To the naive eye [not you, alan] (lexpr-funcall fn arglist) might seem
flushable, but since it pushes stack frames differently than apply, etc. it