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It is not required that an
implementation signal an error when there are either too many or too few
I would have sworn that implementaitosn were required to signal an error
in this case, but a scan of CLtL seems to indicate that you are right.
The section on argument lists consistently says "is an error" and not
"signals an error". I can't remember (or imagine) why these cases
aren't required to signal an error, and I think this should be fixed.
Does anyone disagree? Are there any implementations out there that
don't signal errors when a function is given too many or too few args?