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Jorgen Schaefer scripsit: > Taylor Campbell noted that it would be cleaner to have the base as > the first argument, and provide a more "intuitively" named LN > procedure for the natural logarithm, i.e. (LOG B Z) and (LN Z). That breaks backward compatibility, unfortunately. The most intuitive form would be (LOG Z) and (LOG B Z), IMHO. -- John Cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx http://ccil.org/~cowan Rather than making ill-conceived suggestions for improvement based on uninformed guesses about established conventions in a field of study with which familiarity is limited, it is sometimes better to stick to merely observing the usage and listening to the explanations offered, inserting only questions as needed to fill in gaps in understanding. --Peter Constable