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Re: char-ready? => read-char-ready?
>I am in favor of the change, and I like Jonathan's suggestion to use the
Oops---Carl Bruggeman just pointed out that this does not generalize
easily to "read-if-ready". At least, "read-if-ready" would require
an additional argument, namely an object to return if nothing is
ready. So, the change to "read-char-if-ready" is acceptable to me
based on Pitman's comments, though it isn't as nice as I thought at
first. Will seemed to be refuting Kent's claim that "read-char?" is
better for multiprocessing---Will, if you remember your thoughts,
maybe you can explain a little bit further.