On Mon, Jul 03, 2006 at 05:31:34PM +0300, Markus Laire wrote:
: On 7/1/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
: >+But parens are special that way. (Even C<q()> is assumed to be a
: >+function call rather than a quote.) Other bracketing characters are
: >+special only if they can be mistaken for adverbial arguments, so
: > qn[stuff]
: >-is fine, while
: >+is fine, and means
: >+ q:n /stuff/
: Since quotes can have whitespace before the first/opening delimiter,
: but functions can't (according to S03), how is C<q ()> parsed? (Notice
: the space before parens).
: Would that be parsed as invalid function-call (i.e. syntax error) or
: valid quote?
It's a valid quote.