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> > I'm trying to put together an implementation of arrays that will > > serve my current purposes. At one point, I basically wanted > > > > (array-ref a i j k ...) > > > > to return (values ...). > > > > So I looked at this SRFI and it doesn't seem that this is a real > > problem (OK, it would be a problem with array-set!, but perhaps one > > wants read-only arrays without array-set! to be possible.) > > I don't understand. Array-ref by me returns the contents of a single > element, so that would be just (values v) which is just v. Yes, it returns the contents of a single element, but what are the contents of a single element? (I find it interesting that you used the word "contents" rather than "content". Either would be correct, of course.) Can it be (values a b)? If not, why not? And if not, perhaps it should be documented to be not possible. Brad