Hi Henrik Nice to read something from you, also the other emails, I'm looking forward to check out your new code!
I immediately get SEGFAULT when calling your atst. Running pil64 on Linux 64bit (ubuntu). On which OS are you? I guess this is the unforgiving punishment for calling (arg) without calling (next) previously, consider the reference: "If cnt is not given, the value that was returned from the last call to next" -> no previous call to next -> invalid usage -> punishment The following works for me: (de atst @ (next) (println (arg)) ) arg seems to be a special purpose function. if you just want to have the whole list of arguments, use (rest) instead: : (de atst @ (println (rest) ) ) -> atst : (atst 1 2 3) (1 2 3) -> (1 2 3) Greatings, beneroth ----- Original Message ----- From: Henrik Sarvell [mailto:hsarv...@gmail.com] To: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 23:08:04 +0100 Subject: The behaviour of arg Hi Alex and list. If I do like this: (de atst @ (println (arg)) ) (atst 1 2 3) (bye) I never reach (bye) and I can't even abort with ctrl-c or d (had to kill -9), is there a reason for this unforgiving punishment of arg abuse or did I find some minor bug? -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe