Subject: Re: `'#@, s-expression syntax
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 21:42:35 -0600
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>
Tim Johnson  <> wrote:
| Tried googling the following:
| `'#@,
| Not too much luck.

Because Google *deletes* such "punctuation" from search terms!!  :-{

| I could just use to pointers to URLs or docs on these symbols.

First go find some version of the CLHS ("Common Lisp HyperSpec"), e.g.:

Then click on the "Master Index" icon, then on the "Non-Alphabetic"
link, and browse the left-most character on each line.

But before you do that, you might find it more helpful to obtain a
somewhat higher-level view of the Common Lisp reader:
    2.2 Reader Algorithm
    This section describes the algorithm used by the Lisp reader to
    parse objects from an input character stream, including how the
    Lisp reader processes macro characters.  ...
    2.4 Standard Macro Characters
    2.4.8 Sharpsign


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