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A simple question
Date: 23 Apr 1987 13:42:18 EST (Thu)
From: Russ Smith <smith@nrl-aic.ARPA>
The "Cc"ed individual above uncovered an interesting difference between
interpreted and compiled CommonLisp on a Sun workstation that generated
a splurge of conversation here. In particular:
(null (null '(a b c))
returns T when interpreted, but returns (a b c) when compiled.
My question for you: Does (not (null '(a b c)) do the same thing in the
same implementation, or does it always return T?