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srfi-editors@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > This announces the availability for discussion of > > Scheme Request for Implementation 71 > > "Extended LET-syntax for multiple values" > > by Sebastian Egner. This is what I always wanted. Why wasn't this introduced as let-standard syntax from the beginning? I've always wondered why a let-clause looks like (var expr) in a list, and why there couldn't be more than one var in that list, with the last sexp being the expression producing the values... Please answer to my email, because I'm not subscribed. -- Don't let school interfere with your education. -- Mark Twain