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 In the R^3 Report, it is stated that some implementations allow
 (= z1 z2...) which test if all its arguments are numerically
 equal. [p.19]

 I like this, but I wonder why we do not, for consistency, state
 that some implementations will allow multiple argument:


 After all, they are comparison functions just like `='.

 For that matter, what about:  BOOLEAN? INTEGER? ...
 Or even: CHAR-ALPHABETIC? ...

 ** Or anything else with a `?' in its name! **

 Does this sound like ``Andy Rooney meets RRRS''?


 P.S. I'm not just trying to make trouble... I honestly
      wanted to test (eq? x y z) today... really.