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I would like to know how something like foo'bar or foo`bar should be
tokenized by a Scheme parser. That is, is it parsed as a single token,
or are quote and backquote regarded as delimiters?
I think the formal syntax description in the R^3.99RS is not particularly
clear on this point. It says "[identifiers] may be terminated by any
<delimiter>, but not necessarily by anything else". However, quote and
backquote are not listed in the rule for <delimiter>.
Oliver Laumann net@TUB.BITNET firstname.lastname@example.org net@tub.UUCP