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[Order of arguments to sequence :TEST functions]

> Return-Path: <gls@Think.COM>
> Date: Mon, 29 Feb 88 15:04:44 EST
> From: gls@Think.COM
> To: Moon@stony-brook.scrc.symbolics.com
> Cc: DCP@quabbin.scrc.symbolics.com, common-lisp@sail.stanford.edu
> In-Reply-To: David A. Moon's message of Mon, 29 Feb 88 13:55 EST <19880229185550.0.MOON@EUPHRATES.SCRC.Symbolics.COM>
> Subject: Order of arguments to sequence :TEST functions
> .....
> 	(find 3 numlist :text (C #'<))   ;find something less than 3

Is that the recently proposed :TEXT keyword, which tells the system
what to print if it doesn't find anything?

How about a new keyword for all the generix which take :TEST, called
:REVERSE-TEST.  On certain machines, this could be implemented more
efficiently that using LAMBDA