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- To: KMP at MIT-MC, (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- Subject: SYSP
- From: EB at MIT-MC (Edward Barton)
- Date: Thu, 5 Feb 81 20:44:00 GMT
- Original-date: 5 FEB 1981 1544-EST
Date: 5 FEB 1981 1220-EST
From: kmp at MIT-MC (Kent M. Pitman)
It makes no claim to tell you if the
functional property in effect is the system version.
According to the old LISP manual, it DOES make such a claim.
From that manual:
sysp SUBR 1 arg
The sysp predicate takes an atomic symbol as an argument. If the atomic
symbol is the name of a system function (and has not been redefined), sysp
returns the type of function (subr, lsubr, or fsubr). Otherwise sysp