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Kevin Wortman scripsit: > How about a syntax similar to case, that dispatches based on a member of > an enumeration set, with enumeration-specific error checking? > Specifically, an error would be signaled if the cases are not > exhaustive, or if any clause datum is not a member of the enumeration set. Due to phasing problems, this would only work with enumerations defined using define-enumeration, and it would be awkward to implement it with syntax-rules only. So I regretfully reject it for this SRFI. I've added a version of the above to the Rationale section. > Also: > (enum-set-min integer-set) > (enum-set-max integer-set) > should read > (enum-set-min enum-set) > (enum-set-max enum-set) Fixed, thanks. -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx At times of peril or dubitation, http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Perform swift circular ambulation, With loud and high-pitched ululation.