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Re: scm interface public/private functions

From: Viktor Pavlenko
Subject: Re: scm interface public/private functions
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 18:32:41 -0400

>>>>> "TAH" == Thamer Al-Harbash <address@hidden> writes:

    TAH> For example, should I be using scm_str2symbol() as opposed to
    TAH> calling scm_mem2symbol()? Is there any convention in the code
    TAH> that would point out what's intentionally a public interface
    TAH> and what is private?

I believe scm_str2symbol and scm_mem2symbol is like strcpy and memcpy
etc.  -- use the one which suits you more.


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