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At Sun, 09 Jan 2005 17:44:17 -0500, Paul Schlie wrote: > > From: Robby Findler <robby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > At Sun, 09 Jan 2005 17:34:56 -0500, Paul Schlie wrote: > >> I would expect a #; comment to lexically remove the expression/token it's > >> been lexically prepended to, nothing else. (including white-space). i.e.: > > > > FWIW, this would make #; useless for me. When I use it, the entire > > value is that it works at the read level, not the lexical level. > > > > Robby > > Please explain? In what circumstance would you actually prefer/require to > express: > > (a #;#; b c) => (a) > > Vs > > (a #;b #;c) => (a) Oh, I don't care about that. It's this one: (a #; b) => (a b) that would wreck everything. Robby