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William D Clinger scripsit: > Having made that decision, I find it less confusing > to use the appropriate prefix consistently than to > mix prefixes. Indeed, I find it hard to remember > which pairs of primitives behave exactly the same, > as the differences that do exist are often subtle. > If I use the same prefix consistently, however, I > know the operations I use will behave consistently. I agree with all these points; however, I also agree that the existing "fixnum" and "fx" prefixes are un-mnemonic and too easily confused. -- Some people open all the Windows; John Cowan wise wives welcome the spring cowan@xxxxxxxx by moving the Unix. http://www.ccil.org/~cowan --ad for Unix Book Units (U.K.) (see http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/who/dmr/unix3image.gif)