Hi all,

yes, a lisp newcomer here.

looking at the example in the app dev doc:

: (<h1> '(id . bar) "Title")

two questions
1) if the cons pair was written as <code>(id bar)</code> instead of as
with the example, would <h1> treat it different? how?
2) what's the fundamental difference between a cons pair and a simple
list? as far as simple symbols go, it would look something like this:

(a . b ) ==> [a, b]
(a b) ==> [a, b, NIL]

making it three:
3) when is a cons pair appropriate to use?

cheers,

/e
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