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Condition Type TYPE-ERROR

Class Precedence List:

type-error, error, serious-condition, condition, t


The type type-error represents a situation in which an object is not of the expected type. The ``offending datum'' and ``expected type'' are initialized by the initialization arguments named :datum and :expected-type to make-condition, and are accessed by the functions type-error-datum and type-error-expected-type.

See Also:

type-error-datum, type-error-expected-type

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