Subject: Re: multiple-values and `let' From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 1998/07/28 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * David Bakhash [slightly edited] | How can I do the equivalent of a MULTIPLE-VALUE-BIND in the middle of a LET? one option is to use Marco Antoniotti's LETBIND. I picked it up from somewhere 1994-12-27, and have used it on a few occasions when I got seriously annoyed with LET, MULTIPLE-VALUE-BIND, and DESTRUCTURING-BIND, which I guess is also why Marco wrote it to begin with. unfortunately, I don't remember from where I picked it up, but you can pick it up from me at <URL:http://src.naggum.no/erik/lisp/letbind.tar.gz> or <URL:ftp://ftp.naggum.no/lisp/letbind.tar.gz>, whichever you prefer. (the telephone company is supposed to be working on repairing my line today, so if the hosts are unreachable, try again later or tomorrow.) #:Erik -- http://www.naggum.no/spam.html is about my spam protection scheme and how to guarantee that you reach me. in brief: if you reply to a news article of mine, be sure to include an In-Reply-To or References header with the message-ID of that message in it. otherwise, you need to read that page.