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Re: Placement of list within an interactive clause

From: carlmarcos
Subject: Re: Placement of list within an interactive clause
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2022 23:22:36 +0200 (CEST)

Jul 15, 2022, 21:03 by

> * Christopher Dimech <> [2022-07-15 13:33]:
>> You can call it within lisp code for sure.  With interactive to set function 
>> arguments, you are also correct.  In the broader context of considering
>> any input from minibuffer as user interactive, it could make some
>> problems.
> Do you realise that "read-from-minibuffer" is not function declared
> (interactive) and is not a command, it cannot be placed on a key, or
> called from M-x, but it asks user to interact with minibuffer.
> -- 
> Jean
Yes, I realise that.  I see that (interactive) is misleading.  Although 
cannot be called from M-x, it still asks for input through the minibuffer.  
that normal programming language code does not customarily lead to user input 
run-time, particularly when automation is pursued.

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