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Arthur A. Gleckler scripsit: > My only question is about the decision to make > comparison of NaNs have meaning in make-inexact-real-comparator. I don't > have much experience with NaNs, but it seems risky to give meaning to > comparing them. You have a point, and SRFI 67 leaves them implementation-defined altogether. Still, with them being at least semi-standardized in R6RS and R7RS, I thought there should be some way, if you know you are dealing with inexact numbers, to recover from the situation by supplying your own NaN handler. That allows you to put arbitrary inexact numbers into a collection such as a set or hash table. -- John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx "After all, would you consider a man without honor wealthy, even if his Dinar laid end to end would reach from here to the Temple of Toplat?" "No, I wouldn't", the beggar replied. "Why is that?" the Master asked. "A Dinar doesn't go very far these days, Master. --Kehlog Albran Besides, the Temple of Toplat is across the street." The Profit