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- To: Bernard S. Greenberg <BSG@SCRC-TENEX at MIT-MC at mit-mc>
- Subject: char-not-equal
- From: David A. Moon <Moon at SCRC-TENEX at mit-mc>
- Date: Wed, 30 Mar 1983 18:18:00 -0000
- Cc: common-lisp@su-ai at usc-ecl at mit-mc, common-lisp-implementors@SCRC-TENEX at MIT-MC at mit-mc
- In-reply-to: The message of 29 Mar 83 16:07-EST from Bernard S. Greenberg <BSG%SCRC-TENEX at MIT-MC>
- Mail-from: ARPANET site SU-AI rcvd at 30-Mar-83 1135-PST
Date: Tuesday, 29 March 1983, 16:07-EST
From: Bernard S. Greenberg <BSG%SCRC-TENEX@MIT-MC>
What is char-not-equal supposed to do when given more than 2 arguments, and if so, why?
That is to say, do all the characters have to be not equal, or just any 2 of them?
Surely the same thing as /=, i.e. true if and only if all the characters are
different. Unfortunately the Laser edition of the manual requires one
to indirect through two levels of "x is like y" to find this out.