Hi Kriangkrai,

> "\^"), well except ensuring that there is no "$}" in the string. With
> that, we can generate files easily, e.g.
> 
> (out "t.html" (prin {$<html><body
> style="background-color:#EEE">...<div
> class="xxx">...</div>...</body></html>$}))

I see your point, but it seems a little overkill to me for such cases.

BTW, I think using 'here' you can achieve something similar, but without
any danger of conflict:

   (out "t.html" (here))
   <html><body style="background-color:#EEE">
   <div class="xxx">
   </div>
   </body></html>

Cheers,
- Alex
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