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Re: #\a octothorpe syntax vs SRFI 10
On Sun, 2 Jan 2005, Thomas Lord wrote:
>This part of the Scheme standard (and the parts it refers to):
> #e #i #b #o #d #x
> These are used in the notation for numbers (section *note Syntax
> of numerical constants::.).
>was a mistake. It means, for example that
>is a number whereas
I think I agree. Numeric syntax as currently done uses up too
much of the limited octothorpe syntax, and ought to be revisited.
But not in this SRFI.