>>>>> "Andreas" == Andreas Bernauer <email@example.com> writes:
Andreas> R5RS says (4.2.4):
Andreas> If <test> evaluates to a true value, then ... . If no <expression>s
Andreas> are present, then the value of the `do' expression is unspecified.
Andreas> So I expected the unspecified value when there is no
You misunderstand R5RS.
When R5RS says some value is unspecified, it means that the Scheme
system can choose whatever value it wants as that value.
True, scsh/Scheme 48 uses "unspecific" (a different word) in other
places, but I don't think that supposed to refer to the word
"unspecfied" in R5RS specifically.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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