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dyb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx scripsit: > A vector can appear as part of the syntax of a syntactic abstraction, > however, and the syntax is useful if you ever want to delve into a > constant that may contain vectors. Can you enlarge on this, perhaps with an example? I have never understood why syntax-rules allows vector-notation to be a special case in syntax. -- I am expressing my opinion. When my John Cowan honorable and gallant friend is called, cowan@xxxxxxxx he will express his opinion. This is http://www.ccil.org/~cowan the process which we call Debate. --Winston Churchill