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John Cowan <cowan@xxxxxxxx> writes: > William D Clinger scripsit: > >> Do you like the fxringXXX convention Marc Feeley >> suggested, or would you prefer some other convention? > > I can live with it, I suppose. > > How about fxq (quiet) and fxs (signaling), by analogy with > the IEEE notion of quiet and signaling NaNs? What happened to the idea of "speaking" function names? I already feels some discomfort at "saving" a whole character by replacing FIX with FX, but ok. But FXQ, FXS...? I'd actually prefer FIXNUM to be the prefix for error generating procedures, and FIXRING (or FIXNUM-WRAP or something like that) for procedures that wrap on overflow. Regards, -- Jorgen -- ((email . "forcer@xxxxxxxxx") (www . "http://www.forcix.cx/") (gpg . "1024D/028AF63C") (irc . "nick forcer on IRCnet"))