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Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
Also, "failing" an arity check doesn't mean that you will get any kind of error or exception as a result.
So, to recap: Being told that a procedure takes, say, exactly three arguments, does not mean that 1) You won't get an error for passing three arguments; 2) You will get an error for passing other than three arguments.
I'm confused -- the intent of the proposal is if you apply a procedure to a number of arguments it is reported not to accept, you will get an error. Why is this not the case?