Christophe Rhodes writes:
> Pascal J.Bourguignon <pjb@...> writes:
> > ((OR (>= END (LENGTH COMMAND)
> > (CHAR= TERMINATOR (CHAR COMMAND END))))
> > I get this error:
> > ; caught WARNING:
> > ; Asserted type REAL conflicts with derived type
> > ; (VALUES (MEMBER T NIL) &OPTIONAL).
> > What is the problem exactly? I don't handle any floating-point value
> > in this program.
> >= takes objects of type REAL; CHAR= has a return type of
> (VALUES (MEMBER T NIL) &OPTIONAL). Probably you have a misplaced
> paren in the snippet above.
Oh, I see, it's obvious now. I belived it complained about my
function return type. Thank you!
> You may be interested to read the "Error Messages" section of the SBCL
> manual, for information on how to deduce the location of the erroneous
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