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Kevin Wortman scripsit: > "Note that an SRE is a first-class object consisting of nested lists > of strings, chars, char-sets, symbols and numbers. Where the syntax is > described as (foo bar), this can be constructed equivalently as '(foo > bar) or (list 'foo 'bar), etc." Right. So it's not a *disjoint* data type, as compiled re's and regex-match objects are. But that doesn't mean it doesn't deserve a predicate, even if you have to be sure to check that predicate before any of the built-in ones. -- Do what you will, John Cowan this Life's a Fiction cowan@xxxxxxxx And is made up of http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Contradiction. --William Blake