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BOOLE of one (i.e. two) argument
- To: GLS at MIT-AI
- Subject: BOOLE of one (i.e. two) argument
- From: MOON at MIT-MC (David A. Moon)
- Date: Mon, 4 Aug 80 20:50:00 GMT
- Cc: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC, (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- Original-date: 4 AUG 1980 1650-EDT
Date: 4 AUG 1980 1457-EDT
From: GLS at MIT-AI (Guy L. Steele, Jr.)
Subject: BOOLE of one (i.e. two) argument
To: (BUG lisp) at MIT-MC
CC: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI, GLS at MIT-AI
I argue that (BOOLE 10 X) should in fact return X, not (LOGNOT X).
It already does, in both Lisp machine and Maclisp. Does this mean
there is some incorrect documentation somewhere?