On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 12:44:06PM -0600, Rod Adams wrote:
: What I'm asking is if we are going to continue allowing:
:  delete %x<foo>;
:  if exists %x<foo> { ... }
: or make it where you instead have to say
: %x.delete('foo');
: if %x.exists('foo') { ... }

They can always just be macros that translate the unary form to the
method.  If you define them as term:<delete> and term:<exists> they
won't show up unexpectedly when the parser is looking for method names.


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