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I like the idea
> 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...
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