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I'm a bit concerned about the syntax of LET-VALUES: (LET-VALUES (<formals> <expression>) <body>) Syntax <Formals> should be a formal arguments list as for a LAMBDA expression, cf section 4.1.4 of the R5RS. This means (let-values (a <expression a single value> ) ...) will bind A to a list containing the single value. I believe this will likely be a common mistake producing an unexpected result. MzScheme's LET-VALUES requires <formals> to be parenthesized. I personally think that, since (VALUES X) is equivalent to X, a single name A should be equivalent to (A) in that position. I would also like to see LET-VALUES allow more bindings to be consistent with LET. (Unfortunately, this pretty much requires there being LET*-VALUES and LETREC-VALUES as well, again as in MzScheme.) -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla