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- To: ZVONA at MIT-AI
- From: MOON@MIT-MC
- Date: Sat ,15 Jul 79 06:55:49 EDT
CC: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-MC
ZVONA@MIT-AI 07/11/79 03:27:33
To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
(+1 foo) [in error for (1+ foo)] compiles funny. rather than causing an undefined-function
error, it results in the application of nil. this is not exactly a bug, but it can be tricky
to debug unless you know about it.
Fixed in the source (of QCP2). I didn't fix the fact that a completely garbagey FEF
could be made if the compiler didn't test for this. (The bug was that ATOM was used
instead of SYMBOLP).