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- To: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- From: CWH at MIT-MC (Carl W. Hoffman)
- Date: Sun, 17 Jun 79 08:00:00 GMT
- Original-date: 17 JUN 1979 0400-EDT
It would be nice if the ~n| option of FORMAT would do a (CURSORPOS 'C)
rather than a (TYO 12) to its stream argument.
Another gripe: (TYO 12) prints ^L or plus/minus depending upon the type of
terminal you have, but (TYO 7) actually feeps the bell rather than printing
pi or ^G. This is inconsistent. There should exist CURSORPOS options or
special functions (e.g. tv-beep) for performing special operations on the
terminal, and (TYO n) would print either a SAIL character or
(string-append "^" (string (+ n 100))) for n < 33.