[Lispweb] IMHO: popup-list

mdanish@andrew.cmu.edu mdanish at andrew.cmu.edu
Tue Feb 26 15:44:51 CST 2002


On Tue, Feb 26, 2002 at 12:08:43PM -0500, Marco Antoniotti wrote:
> > 
> > Code, of course =)
> > 
> > I've always used a-lists of the form 
> > 
> > ((:item-1 "Item 1") (:item-2 "Item 2") ...)
> > 
> > and never had trouble with it.  Your example a-list doesn't look like one,
> > btw.
> 
> Please note that your example of an a-list is also somewhat
> misleading.
True, it's not a canonical example by far, just an example of what works
with popup-lists.

> 
> cl-prompt> (defvar *al* '((:item-1 "Item 1") (:item-2 "Item 2")))
> *AL*
> cl-prompt> (assoc :item-2 *al* :test #'eq)
> ("Item 1")

You mean (:ITEM-2 "Item 2")

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