On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 1:43 AM, Sam Steingold<sds@...> wrote:
>> * Mirko Vukovic <zvexb.ihxbivp@...> [2009-07-11 15:05:15 -0400]:
>> CL-USER> (regexp:match "quick" "The quick brown fox") ,
>> I get the following error:
>> VALUES: too many values
>> [Condition of type SIMPLE-ERROR]
>> Restarts: ...
> I do not observe this:
>> (regexp:match "quick" "The quick brown fox")
> #S(REGEXP:MATCH :START 4 :END 9)
> could you please try it without slime?
I get the same thing in clisp itself, and also with clisp -norc.
Again, this is clisp 2.46 on cygwin
(regexp:match "quick" "a b c")
does not return anything (even nil). I just get the prompt back
Also, the comma was not part of repl, but of email syntax.