John Connors <johnc@...> writes:
> What's a hairy argument, and how does it differ from less hirsute
Is this motivated by "hairy arg parsing entry point" or somesuch? In
that case, it is not the argument which is hairy, but the parsing :-)
binding variables to values introduced by keywords, assigning a &rest
list, and the like.
> Does SBCL Unicode allow me to more than the usual standard reader
> characters reserved for user use and use all the new funky braces, and
> symbols theoretically available to me in the larger character sets,
> thus turning my LISP into something resembling APL...?
In principle yes -- at least, it _ought_ to work. If it doesn't, we
want to know about it.