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??? GETHASH returns two values, yet your examples has it returning 3. 

I'm baffled by this issue, however. "SETF may be used with GETHASH to make
new entries in a hash table. ... The default argument may be specified to
GETHASH in this context; it is ignored by SETF, but may be useful in such
macros as INCF that are related to SETF." 

This seems perfectly clear to me. I don't think that this is a SETF policy
at all. I think you should withdraw this.