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bug#6439: `bkqt` <- eval-last-sexp return value => bkqt

From: Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen
Subject: bug#6439: `bkqt` <- eval-last-sexp return value => bkqt
Date: Sun, 03 Jul 2011 04:01:35 +0200
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MON KEY <address@hidden> writes:

> With point after the following:
>  `bkqt`
> `eval-last-sexp' returns => bkqt
> e.g.
> (progn
>   (insert "`bkqt`")
>   (apply 'eval-last-sexp '(nil)))

I don't think recursive calls to `eval-last-sexp' are particularly

The command does some minor Do What I Mean to make it more useful, and
that means that you can make it return odd values if you're doing
something Nobody Could Possibly Mean.

So I don't think this is a bug.

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