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(Quick aside to John Cowan: Thanks for joining the SRFI 105 discussion, and also thanks for your hard work on R7RS!) Anyway, John Cowan said: > An implementation might, for example, want to provide nfx as a macro > which looks for user-written precedence definitions and does the Right > Thing with them. This ought not to be forbidden. Just like any > other identifier provided by an implementation, the user would be > free to redefine it, after all. I think that's the key thing - "nfx" is intended to be an application-level hook so that users can define their own precedence system. I should note that while I think it's important to *enable* precedence using "nfx", it's quite easy to write useful programs without requiring precedence at all. --- David A. Wheeler