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Alan Watson <a.watson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: > NaNs are atoms -- they have no context or stucture, just a single value. > With the understandable exception of the eof object (and as has been > noted, this is exception is not universal), Lisps and Schemes > tranditionally provide read syntax for atoms. So, tradition suggests > that we should have a read syntax for NaNs. Hogwash. Procedures are atoms.