|Subject:||bug#15558: [gnu.org #859332] Error in elisp on line documentation|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Oct 2013 13:32:47 -0400|
so that every clause fails,
be placed after the line:Then, if condition is non-
nilwhen tested, the value of condition becomes the value of the
"Robert Musial via RT" wrote:
>> Yet it is perfectly legal for a clause to have no body-forms, only a
>> The current text actually leaves the value undefined for this case. It is
>> a useful case, and should be correctly documented.
It is documented (if a little clunkily):
A clause may also look like this:
Then, if condition is non-nil when tested, the value of condition
becomes the value of the cond form.
PS: Please report Emacs documentation issues via M-x report-emacs-bug
(or mail to address@hidden) rather than emailing GNU webmasters.
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