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>The eleven functions not included are the R4RS string-comparison functions: > string=? string-ci=? > string<? string-ci<? > string>? string-ci>? > string<=? string-ci<=? > string>=? string-ci>=? > substring SUBSTRING is not a string-comparison function. Yep! >string-every pred s [start end] -> boolean >string-any pred s [start end] -> value Why not allow using CHAR/CHAR-SET/PRED here? Uhh... OK. I'm reluctant to stuff *more* functionality into the lib, but it does preserve parallelism w/the other routines. The char case doesn't seem very useful, but the char-set case is, and if one is going to do char-sets & predicates, one should include the char case to stay parallel w/the other routines in the lib. > The reference implementation uses the Knuth-Morris-Pratt algorithm. This comment does not belong in the final SRFI document. Yep! Thank you. -Olin