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princ-to-string v. ccl::%str-length
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- Subject: princ-to-string v. ccl::%str-length
- From: Tom McDougal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 11 Dec 90 17:40:37 CST
Why doesn't ccl::%str-length recognize the value returned by princ-to-string?
> (stringp (princ-to-string 'a))
> (ccl::%str-length (princ-to-string 'a))
> Error: "A" is not a valid argument to CCL::%STR-LENGTH .
This came up when I was trying to use
(find-window (princ-to-string <a-symbol>))
This is MACL 1.3.1.
Thanks for your help.
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