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Scripsi: > I agree. My only reservation is that hash tables will have to support > naked equality predicates for backward compatibility with SRFI 69 and > R6RS. But I think we can allow them in that SRFI and deprecate them > instead of allowing them anywhere. Removed. I have added this paragraph: Implementations must support any comparator that provides both a comparison procedure and a hash function, as well as the comparators `eq-comparator`, `eqv-comparator`, and `equal-comparator`. Implementations may support other comparators, possibly with some degradation of performance. This permits an all-singing all-dancing implementation to use hash tables if a hash function is available, trees if a comparison procedure is available, and lists if neither is available. -- I suggest you solicit aid of my followers John Cowan or learn the difficult art of mud-breathing. cowan@xxxxxxxx --Great-Souled Sam http://www.ccil.org/~cowan