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Re: Syntax question; possible errata

Bradd wrote:
>> On a more whimsical note, SRFI-10 has one other subtle flaw: It's
>> very easy to mistype #,(...), at least on my keyboard. The rapid
>> succession of shifted and unshifed characters makes it quite easy to
>> type 3,(...) and #<(...) and #,9...). If any of you decide to
>> implement the more ambitious "generalized compound data" SRFI, I
>> strongly recommend that you use a shifted keystroke for the middle
>> symbol!

Michael Sperber wrote:
> On my keyboard, both , and # ain't shifted.  On on the keyboards of
> most my fellow Germans, it ain't either. :-)

Just my luck, that there's a major keyboard layout with unshifted #!

> (And how often do you intend to type this thing?)

Depends on how often you need a custom literal, I suppose. Anyway, this
part of my query was half-joking. I was mostly concerned about the
interactions with quasiquotation and macro transformers.
Bradd W. Szonye