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Re: datatypes in Elisp Info: mention "things" for which there is no "thi
Re: datatypes in Elisp Info: mention "things" for which there is no "thing" datatype - e.g. faces
Sat, 25 Jun 2005 07:16:37 +0900
On 6/25/05, Luc Teirlinck <address@hidden> wrote:
> I tend to think of datatypes in lisp as being disjoint categories of
> values; a value can only every have one datatype.
> It can only have one _primitive_ data type (returned by type-of), but
> it can have tons of data types. See `(elisp)Lisp Data Types' and
> `(elisp)Type Predicates'.
Man, did any of you guys read past the 1st paragraph of my message...?
The most important of a datatype, I think, is that it's a property of
the _value_, which is not really true of faces etc.
Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.