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Alan Watson scripsit: > "saying what the behaviour of equal? is" is not the same as specifying > it completely. I am simply asking for language similar to that for > records in R7RS. That is, equal? on boxes will return #t if eqv? returns > #t but can return #t or #f if eqv? returns #f. I think the Right Thing is to say that they behave as if they were implemented by records. > I do think this is the Wrong Thing, and damages Scheme as a functional > programming language for little gain, but I lost that argument on > records. See my ballot at <http://lists.scheme-reports.org/pipermail/scheme-reports/2013-May/003396.html> on "the best possible result" vs. "the best result possible." -- Only do what only you can do. John Cowan <cowan@xxxxxxxx> --Edsger W. Dijkstra's advice to a student in search of a thesis