From: hallvard::ystad::helpinhand::com at: 25-Jan-2002 15:20
I like that tag! is a datatype.
It's not a string. So certain things that may be done to strings may not be done to tags.
Still, it sometimes behaves like it's not really a datatype of its own, but, in fact,
>> a: <a href="">
== <a href="">
>> b: <a href ="">
== <a href ="">
>> a = b
Shouldn't a = b return true here? In my opinion, these two tags are alike, just like
two blocks with different spacing:
>> blk1: [ 1 2 3 ]
== [1 2 3]
>> blk2: [
[ 1 2
>> blk1 = blk2
Is this behaviour wanted? To what degree is tag! a datatype?