Tim Bradshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| <name attributes>body</name>
| Well, let's ignore the attributes bit for now (it's clear that you
| could do this, by requiring attributes to be specified as some initial
| element in the body, and you can also actually add the attributes to a
| Lisp syntax if you want).
That's one way to think of Lisp documentation strings and declarations,
actually, as attributes of the expression they're attached to!!
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