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Constant Value:

An integer not smaller than 20, the exact magnitude of which is implementation-dependent.


The upper exclusive bound on the number of values that may be returned from a function, bound or assigned by multiple-value-bind or multiple-value-setq, or passed as a first argument to nth-value. (If these individual limits might differ, the minimum value is used.)

Examples: None.

See Also:

lambda-parameters-limit, call-arguments-limit


Implementors are encouraged to make this limit as large as possible.

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

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