In article <DKvo0t.2oL.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Jeff Dalton <email@example.com> wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> email@example.com (Curtis Bartley) writes:
. . . For example:
> > > cd source
> >Would get preprocessed to
> > > (cd "source")
> I think that's a good idea.
> FWIW, some Lisps (e.g. Lisp 1.5 and InterLisp) had a top-level that
> worked in "evalquote" mode. You'd type a function name, then a list
> of arguments. The arguments would not be evaluated. In some of these
> systems, you'd put parens around the arglist, but clearly that's not
> necessary. The Lisp Machine top-level may be an example.
> So in a way, this idea goes back almost to the beginning.
> -- jeff
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