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On Monday 22 December 2003 08:27 am, Ken Dickey wrote: > On Monday 22 December 2003 05:08 am, Alex Shinn wrote: > > Should ~C display the character, write the character, or display the > > name of the character as in CL? ~A is for display and ~S for write, so > > I would suggest the latter (currently it's the equivalent of ~A). > > You are correct in both cases. I will change the code. I take it back. I won't change the code for ~C. [I will for ~Y]. CL DISPLAY's the character as well. From the CL Hyperspec: (format nil "~C" #\A) => "A" (format nil "~C" #\Space) => " " CLisp Agrees: [CL]> (format nil "~c ~c ~c" #\space #\tab #\newline) " " [CL]> (format nil "~s ~s ~s" #\space #\tab #\newline) "#\\Space #\\Tab #\\Newline" [CL]> (format nil "~a ~a ~a" #\space #\tab #\newline) " " Cheers, -KenD