Scheme vs. CommonLisp vs. the World
Tue, 13 May 1997 21:13:48 -0500
| From: Gilbert Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| "Chris Bitmead uid(x22068)" <Chris.Bitmead@alcatel.com.au> writes:
| > >Yet another BTW, I recall Scheme only has arrays of type "t".
| > >It doesn't have (unsigned byte 8) element arrays,
| > I believe byte arrays in Scheme are called strings.
| I believe a string should contain characters and characters are no
Don't forget the string might be using Unicode also, so it might
not be in bytes.