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Re: Re: format ~/function/
- To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Re: format ~/function/
- From: Bruno Haible <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 18 Aug 1997 15:24:37 +0200 (MET DST)
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Sam Shteingold <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 13 August:
> 1. (room) doesn't seem to comply with CLtL2.
Yes, thanks for the note.
> 3. How do I print a float with commifications (if I cannot use ~/f/)?
> I can use ~:d to get 1234567 printed as "1,234,567", but there seems
> to be no way to print 1234567.89 as "1,234,567.89".
This is not foreseen by CLtL2 or ANSI CL. You have to write your own
function for this. Since you cannot use ~/f/ to call this function, you
have to transform your format strings into pieces of regular Lisp code.
The `formatter' macro will help you much in doing this.
> 4. The manual mentioned in a previous message is 2 years old. (it is
> also in TeX, i.e.., unusable for those of us stuck with win32. What
> about (gnu)info, to be read with emacs?)
In 1997, it would be logical to write a manual in HTML. I'm not going to
do it, though (lack of time). Any volunteers?