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- To: MOON at MIT-MC
- From: JONL at MIT-MC (Jon L White)
- Date: Wed, 29 Oct 80 09:12:00 GMT
- Cc: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 29 OCT 1980 0412-EST
Tnx for your perceptive perusing of LISP.RECENT -- I've fixed up
the comment about ASH
Date: 28 October 1980 20:03-EST
From: David A. Moon <MOON at MIT-MC>
lisp recent claims ASH takes one argument. It takes two, of course.
Date: 28 October 1980 20:10-EST
The example of open coding of DPB in LISP;LISP RECENT is incorrect.
I use hope the compiler does not actually do what the documentation says.
and for DPB, the documentation example should have been "(DPB 0 #o0304 X)
==> (BOOLE 4 X #o170)" rather than "(DPB -1 #o0304 X) ...". However
(cough, cough) , there is in fact a bug with the open-expansion of
"(DPB -1 <n> ...)" for constant <n>, and I'll get it fixed within the hour.