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Re: How to see that a variable holds t

From: Pascal J. Bourguignon
Subject: Re: How to see that a variable holds t
Date: Wed, 06 Jan 2010 19:51:40 +0100
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Cecil Westerhof <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (Pascal J. Bourguignon) writes:
>>      (defun switch-gnus-idle-daemon-do-log ()
>>        (interactive)
>>        (setq gnus-idle-daemon-do-log
>>              (case gnus-idle-daemon-do-log
>>                ((t)       10)
>>                (otherwise t)))
>>        (message "gnus-idle-daemon-do-log: %s"
>>        gnus-idle-daemon-do-log))
> As earlier said: it works, but I do not understand the difference
> between:
>     ((t)       10)

This is a clause that matches only t.

> and:
>     (t       10)

This is the default clause.  It matches anything.

(t) is a list of literal values specifying the case.
t is a symbol that is interpreted as meaning 'anything'.

__Pascal Bourguignon__           

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