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Bradd wrote: >> I have a better solution: If the "array" has rank 0, also omit the "#"! >> After all, that's what the Scheme writer will do when printing a scalar. >> >> This solution is more obvious if you use "#" instead of "x" for the >> bound separators, e.g.: >> >> Two dimensions #2#3((11 12 13) (21 22 23)) >> One dimension #3(1 2 3) >> No dimensions 1 Shiro Kawai wrote: > This conflicts with srfi-38. Correct; that already uses #n#. I wasn't really proposing this syntax, though, just using it for illustration. I prefer #2x3x4(....). > Dropping 'A' might also cause some confusion with srfi-38, e.g. #3=(1 > 2 3) and #3(1 2 3), but it's a matter of degree, I guess. I hadn't even noticed the similarity, even though my usual Scheme supports both syntaxes. That's probably because they're used in entirely different contexts (vectors and shared-structure lists). -- Bradd W. Szonye http://www.szonye.com/bradd