feature request: a better str.endswith
see at below.invalid
Thu Jul 24 05:11:34 CEST 2003
On 22 Jul 2003 01:38:35 GMT, Bengt Richter wrote:
> I suspect it will more often make sense read aloud in the general
> if any_true(pred, seq):
> if the(pred, seq)
> I guess the full set of functions might be
> any_true, any_false, all_true, and all_false.
> or maybe someone can think of better short phrase?
some, notevery, every, and notany, respectively. Just like in a
certain other language :-)
Just because we Lisp programmers are better than everyone else is no
excuse for us to be arrogant. -- Erann Gat
(concatenate 'string "Paul Foley " "<mycroft" '(#\@) "actrix.gen.nz>"))
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