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with-condition-restarts condition-form restarts-form form*

=> result*

Arguments and Values:

condition-form---a form; evaluated to produce a condition.

condition---a condition object resulting from the evaluation of condition-form.

restart-form---a form; evaluated to produce a restart-list.

restart-list---a list of restart objects resulting from the evaluation of restart-form.

forms---an implicit progn; evaluated.

results---the values returned by forms.


First, the condition-form and restarts-form are evaluated in normal left-to-right order; the primary values yielded by these evaluations are respectively called the condition and the restart-list.

Next, the forms are evaluated in a dynamic environment in which each restart in restart-list is associated with the condition. See Section (Associating a Restart with a Condition).

Examples: None.

Side Effects: None.

Affected By: None.

Exceptional Situations: None.

See Also:



Usually this macro is not used explicitly in code, since restart-case handles most of the common cases in a way that is syntactically more concise.

The following X3J13 cleanup issue, not part of the specification, applies to this section:

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