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Per Bothner scripsit: > I think it may make sense to define one or more library functions to > massage the arguments - for example concatenating the components of the > literal part. These would be to make it combine the argument list - or > example combining the literal part to a single string-valued expression. Such an API would be an excellent addition to this SRFI, though not strictly necessary. > What do you think of ($construct$:foo ..) instead of the rather ungainly > ($quasi-value-transformer$:foo ...)? I like it much better. > Kawa has a few of these. For example CLASSNAME? becomes an instance test, > and NNNUNIT (e.g. 2.5cm) becomes a "quantity" (number-with-unit). I like those a lot. -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx http://ccil.org/~cowan The penguin geeks is happy / As under the waves they lark The closed-source geeks ain't happy / They sad cause they in the dark But geeks in the dark is lucky / They in for a worser treat One day when the Borg go belly-up / Guess who wind up on the street.