A name for the new process.
Keywords specifying properties of the new process.
A function to apply.
Arguments to pass to function .
representing the priority for the process. If
is not supplied, the process priority becomes the value of the variable
A mailbox object, a string,
, used to initialize the
True values specify that
should have a mailbox. A mailbox object is used as-is; a string is used as the name of a new mailbox; and
causes it to create a mailbox with the same name as
, that is,
When true, this indicates that the process is an "internal server", which means that it responds to requests for work from other processes. The main effect of this is that if the only processes that remain are "internal servers", nothing is going to happen, so LispWorks quits. The system marks some of the processes that it creates as "internal server".
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