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> > It might also be mentioned that the return > > value is ambiguous with regard to #f, which might be a > > vector element that > > satisfied the predicate, or signal that the end of the vector was > > reached without satisfying the predicate. > > Can you think of a better thing to do in this case? I can think of no elegant solution. Of course, you could always return both the index and the element found. > Or should there not even be a VECTOR-FIND (use VECTOR-INDEX and then > VECTOR-REF instead)? That is what I would do. If you keep vector-find in its current incarnation, however, the SRFI should clearly state the ambiguity involved. Regards Michael Burschik