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Hi all, After clearing the initial roadblocks, I tried to use the library. Being used to irregex I naively typed away and got this: (define m (regexp-match '(seq ($ "x") "y") "xy")) (rx-match-submatch m 1) => ERROR! So, I looked up the syntax again and was confused: why does the rx-match-submatch procedure require the input string again? (define m (regexp-match '(seq ($ "x") "y") "xy")) (rx-match-submatch m "xy" 1) => "x" That means I can do something completely bogus like the following, too! (rx-match-submatch m "abc" 1) => "a" This makes no sense, and I didn't see any rationale for this design. It's also a step back from irregex, where the input string is kept around in the match result object, and where you can simply extract it: (define m (regexp-match '(seq ($ "x") "y") "xy")) (irregex-match-substring m 1) => "x" Cheers, Peter -- http://www.more-magic.net