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Re: Singleton, default DEFMETHOD now as fast as a DEFUN?
- To: CommonLoops.pa@Xerox.COM
- Subject: Re: Singleton, default DEFMETHOD now as fast as a DEFUN?
- From: john@linus.MITRE.ORG (John D. Burger)
- Date: Thu, 13 Jul 89 18:32:16 EDT
- Posted-date: Thu, 13 Jul 89 18:32:16 EDT
- Posted-from: The MITRE Corp., Bedford, MA
- Redistributed: CommonLoops.pa
ihlpf!lgm (Lawrence G Mayka) says:
>The two hitches are (a) functions taking no arguments cannot be
Is this specified in the CLOS standard? From an empirical point of
view, it's false, since I just did the following in Victoria Day PCL:
(defmethod say-hello-gracie () "Hello, Gracie")
This sort of definition is admittedly very uninteresting,
but it does appear to be supported.