Subject: Re: Reasons for rejecting Lisp (was Re: Newbie questions [Followup to comp.lang.lisp])
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: 1999/05/07
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* (Gavin E. Gleason)
| CMUCL alows you to specify types, and I imagine that the commercial
| compilers do as well.  Just because it is not specified in ANSI does not
| mean that it does not exist in most implementations... but it would be
| nice if it were specified.

  could you give some examples of the types that CMUCL allows that are not
  the ANSI standard?