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bug#34749: 26.1; `delete-windows-on': (1) doc, (2) bug, (3) bug, (4) can

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#34749: 26.1; `delete-windows-on': (1) doc, (2) bug, (3) bug, (4) candidates
Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2019 09:35:24 -0800 (PST)

> > I wonder if it would help to give an example where
> > we show correspondence between a spec that uses a
> > string argument to `interactive' that specifies a
> > few args to the function, of different types, and
> > a spec that uses a Lisp sexp, which when evaluated
> > produces a list of those same args.
> There's an example right after that text.

I don't see an example that shows the correspondence
between a string arg and a Lisp sexp arg that returns
a list of args.

I see two examples with a string arg and (not "right
after that text") two examples of Lisp sexps (one of
which shows something you should not do).

I see no correspondence between the string examples
and the sexp examples. 

In any case, the question I pose is whether Martin
feels that some additional example(s) might help.

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