On 3 Mar 2005, at 14:17, Bob Hutchison wrote:
> On Mar 2, 2005, at 6:44 PM, Brian Mastenbrook wrote:
>> This isn't much to do with eval / compile, as evidenced by the
>> * (funcall (compile nil '(lambda () (funcall #'typep t '(member t
>> * (funcall (compile nil '(lambda () (funcall 'typep t '(member t
> For a bit of random amusement, CLISP says T and Lispworks says (T NIL).
> What is the answer supposed to be?
It doesn't matter. TYPEP is specified to return a generalized boolean,
which means that any non-nil value will do.
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