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WG2 Input Docket

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Applicable record instances (see

cond => with guard as well as generator (see #89): SRFI 61

Combinators: CombinatorsCowan

Custom I/O ports:

Division library: DivisionRiastradh

drop-prefix import spec:

Enumerations (R6RS, but see also

equal=? (like equal? but with = instead of eqv? on numbers):

Evaluator arguments to procedures like load: #277

Extended exact numbers: ExtendedRationalsCowan

External representation of records:

Futures: Racket API


Imaginary inexact zero versions of real, rational, integer:

Immutable data: ImmutableData

Interrupts, timers, signals:

List library (supplementary): ListsCowan

Macro expander(s) available at run time:

make-error-object constructs error object without raising it:

Multiple values passed through => in cond (see #90):

NaN dissector API (sign, quiet/signaling status, and integer tag): NanMedernach

Natural number predicates (from WG1): exact-positive-integer? and exact-non-negative-integer?.

number->string control for significant digits: Vincent Manis proposal, R6RS

Port encodings, buffering, line ending control: SettingsListsCowan and FilesAdvancedCowan

Port type detector:

Random procedures from R6RS (notably symbol=? and boolean=?): to be spelled out


Record external representations:

Raw strings: <<, """...""":

Search and mismatch procedures: SearchMismatchCowan

Setter procedures: SRFI 17

standard-*-port routines: R6RS

String positions and slices (see

Syntactic closures:


Tree library: at least tree=? and tree-copy, probably Common Lisp SUBLIS and NSUBLIS, fold, unfold, map ...

Thread-local storage:

Testing function arity: SRFI 102

Undefined value API (see #49):

User-specified syntax-transformers: