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Authorship Information
The Common Lisp HyperSpec is not the ANSI Common Lisp standard, but is
based on that standard (with permission from ANSI and X3).
As an official reference to the Common Lisp language, hardcopy
documentation of ANSI Common Lisp, (American National Standard X3.226)
from ANSI is always definitive.
The hypertext markup for this document was created by Kent Pitman,
with the aid of a custom program written in Common Lisp and created
specifically for this task. Funding for the markup task was provided
by and copyright of the result is owned by Xanalys Incorporated. Some
additional design documents have been included in marked up form and
cross-referenced which are not part of the standard but may be useful
in understanding it. Plaintext versions of these documents, which
offer a useful historical perspective, are available to anyone by
anonymous public FTP from ftp://parcftp.xerox.com/pub/cl/cleanup/.
The Java applet used in the Symbol Index (visible only in some
browsers) was written by Evan Williams. Its copyright is owned by
Xanalys Incorporated.
Important Legal Notices
Copyright and Conditions of Use
Copyright 1996-2001, Xanalys Incorporated. All Rights Reserved.
The HTML hypertext markup that implements the hypertext features of
these World Wide Web pages of the Common Lisp specification,
collectively the Common Lisp HyperSpec, is the property of Xanalys
Incorporated.
Distribution of the Common Lisp HyperSpec as a hypertext document on
the Internet does not constitute consent to any use of the underlying
hypertext markup for redistribution of any kind, commercial or
otherwise, either via the Internet or using some other form of
distribution, in hypertext or otherwise.
Permission to copy, distribute, display, and transmit the Common Lisp
HyperSpec is granted provided that copies are not made or distributed
or displayed or transmitted for direct commercial advantage, that
notice is given that copying, distribution, display, and/or
transmission is by permission of Xanalys Incorporated, and that any
copy made is COMPLETE and UNMODIFIED. IN PARTICULAR, the material that
MUST appear in the copy includes:
1. this copyright notice and its date;
2. the main index page, ../Front/index.htm;
3. all HTML pages to which the main index page links using relative links;
4. all graphical (GIF) images to which it links using relative
links, such as the Harlequin logo that appears on each page; and
5. all hypertext links, relative or absolute, such as the link to
http://www.harlequin.com/ that appears on each page.
Permissions related to performance and to creation of derivative works
are expressly NOT granted.
Permission to make partial copies is expressly NOT granted, EXCEPT
that limited permission is granted to transmit and display a partial
copy the Common Lisp HyperSpec for the ordinary purpose of direct
viewing by a human being in the usual manner that hypertext browsers
permit the viewing of such a complete document, provided that no
recopying, redistribution, redisplay, or retransmission is made of any
such partial copy.
Permission to make modified copies is expressly NOT granted.
Permission to add or replace any links or any graphical images to any
of these pages is expressly NOT granted.
Permission to use any of the included graphical (GIF) images in any
document other than the Common Lisp HyperSpec is expressly NOT
granted.
Acknowledgments
Parts of this work incorporate material taken from American National
Standard X3.226, copyright 1994, and is used with permission of the X3
Secretariat, ITI, 1250 Eye St., NW., Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005
and of the copyright holder, American National Standards
Institute. ANSI/X3.226 was developed by Technical Committee X3J13,
Common Lisp.
Copies of the ANSI/X3.226 standard may be purchased from the American
National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036.
Restricted Rights Legend
The Common Lisp HyperSpec is subject to the following Restricted Rights Legend:
``Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government
is subject to the restrictions set forth in (i) FAR 52.227-14 Alt
III, (ii) FAR 52.227-19, (iii) DFARS 252.7013(c)(1)(ii), or (iv)
the accompanying license Agreement, as applicable. For purposes of
the FAR, the Software shall be deemed to be ``unpublished'' and
licensed with disclosure prohibitions, rights reserved under the
copyright laws of the United States. Harlequin Incorporated, One
Cambridge Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142.''
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EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
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NON-INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT WILL HARLEQUIN BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT,
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM
ANY INACCURACY OR ERROR IN THIS DOCUMENT, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Additional Disclaimers
Not all notations in that TeX-based document were possible to
represent exactly in HTML, although an attempt has been made to be as
accurate as possible. Nevertheless, the process of translation was
heuristic, and discrepancies might have resulted. Formally, the
official ANSI printed document is always the definitive reference.
The X3J13 issue documents are not part of the standard and are
provided purely for historical perspective. It is possible that some
of the documents, as included, are not the final form that X3J13
voted, or that some which were voted were omitted, or that references
from these documents into the source text are not complete, or that
some edits prescribed by these documents were incorrectly implemented,
or that other discrepancies exist between these documents and the
specification. These documents have no formal weight, and in all
cases, the hardcopy specification is definitive. Trademarks LispWorks
is a registered trademark of Xanalys Incorporated.
PostScript is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc.
Common Lisp Hyperspec; Transducer; Liquid Common Lisp; Watson;
KnowledgeWorks; and FreeLisp are trademarks of Xanalys Incorporated.
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