7 Additional Extensions to Common Lisp
This construct identifies displaced arrays.
This macro destructures a list.
This function forces the reexpansion of all function bodies when they are next executed.
These constructs are related to the deferral of operating system interrupts.
These constructs search, manipulate, and delete items from lists.
These constructs define new functions and macros.
delete-defstruct removes a Lisp structure from the environment. The functions
load-byte are variations of the Common Lisp functions
ldb respectively. The function
parse-body breaks up a macro definition into its constituent parts. The macro
time1 evaluates a given form and provides timing statistics about the execution of the form. The function
xor determines whether you have specified an odd or an even number of non-
These predicates test to see if their arguments are of the specified type.
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