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- To: CWH at MIT-MC
- Subject: FORMAT Bugs
- From: Grandiose System Building <GSB at MIT-ML>
- Date: Wed, 14 May 80 11:51:00 GMT
- Cc: BUG-LISP at MIT-ML
- Original-date: 14 May 1980 07:51-EDT
Date: 13 MAY 1980 2249-EDT
From: CWH at MIT-MC (Carl W. Hoffman)
1) (FORMAT T "~3f" 3.14159) warns that F is not a known control character.
When the term is over. I think "warn" rather euphemistic.
2) In the case where ~< is used with four arguments, the first argument
is taken to be the pad character rather than the fourth, e.g.
(FORMAT T ~80,0,1,';<...~>") pads with P's (ascii 80) rather
Found it. Should be tested and installed shortly.