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Per Bothner scripsit: > This specification uses "&" as marker/delimiter character. > Alternative marker characters were also considered, and > this mostly-historical section explains why we chose "&". > The discussion also considers SRFI-109, and refers to > the non-terminals defined in the syntax specifications > of both SRFI-108 and SRFI-109. +1 -- You annoy me, Rattray! You disgust me! John Cowan You irritate me unspeakably! Thank Heaven, cowan@xxxxxxxx I am a man of equable temper, or I should http://www.ccil.org/~cowan scarcely be able to contain myself before your mocking visage. --Stalky imitating Macrea