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My unstated (definitely understated) point is that predicate->bitset will never return in the general case, which isn't much different from how long it will take predicate->char-set to return on systems that use a four-byte character representation. Brad > From shivers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Mon Dec 18 11:12:03 2000 > Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 11:12:00 -0500 > X-Authentication-Warning: mongkok.cc.gt.atl.ga.us: shivers set sender to shivers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx using -f > From: shivers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > To: lucier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > CC: srfi-13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, srfi-14@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: predicate->char-set considered harmful > > I hope you don't try to define predicate->bitset in a later SRFI ;-). > > Well, I guess it's too late to put it into the lset-... suite of operations > in SRFI 1... > -Olin > >