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- Subject: combining atoms
- From: email@example.com (Steve Dobbs)
- Date: Wed, 5 May 93 13:22:28 CDT
I am helping someone port some lisp code from franzlisp to mcl, and
there is a function that we can find no counterpart for. In Franzlisp,
there is an 'explode' and an 'implode' function that we can use to combine
two atoms into a single atom. I have found nothing analagous to this in
Steeles CLtL2, or in any MCL documentation. Is there anything that I'm
missing, or is there any utils out there that will do this?
Steven Dobbs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Institute For Human and Machine Cognition
University of West Florida
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