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Wed, 18 Feb 2004 12:55:24 -0500
Luc pointed out the current odd behaviour of
char-table-range. What should we do if values of characters
in the specified range are different?
For the moment, I don't have a good idea. Possible
(1) return nil
(2) return the first non-nil value in the range.
(3) return the default value of the range (but ascii,
eight-bit-XXXX doesn't have a default value).
(4) signal an error
I think signaling an error is the cleanest behavior.
By the way, I don't know why this function is necessary, in
what situation it is intended to use this function.
I think it may be included for completeness of access
to the data in a char table.
Re: char-table-range, Luc Teirlinck, 2004/02/15
Richard Stallman <=
- Re: char-table-range, (continued)