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RScheme has various #foo, deriving from Dylan which apparently dropped the "!". On 4/11/06, Marc Feeley <email@example.com> wrote: > On 11-Apr-06, at 4:51 PM, Per Bothner wrote: > > > Marc Feeley wrote: > >> Some Scheme systems still use the #!foo syntax for some objects > >> (Gambit and Chez Scheme use #!eof to denote the end-of-file object). > > > > So does Kawa, which also has: > > #!void - same as (values): The result of "void expressions". > > #!null - Java null. > > #!default and #!undefined - used mainly internally. > > -- > > --Per Bothner > > firstname.lastname@example.org http://per.bothner.com/ > > And here's the complete set for Gambit: > > #!eof end-of-file > #!void void object > #!unbound unbound variable > #!unbound2 unbound variable > #!optional > #!rest > #!key > > Are there other Scheme systems that use the #!foo syntax? > > Marc > > -- -- Donovan