> > If `lambda' (Lisp-defined Procedures) is `lst' why `num' is not?!
> I'm not completely sure how you mean that, but you can also "define" a number:
[path "@src64/structures"] defines `num' as a list of ``cell's. How
to do `cons', `car' and `cdr' on it. Even shifting (`>\
>') by 64 (32) bits will copy the whole `num'. Why `cnt?' is not defined?
ATM we have:
[de fun . quote]
Maybe `fun' and `list' should be `sym'bolic tags, and their
`apply'cation an Irreducible Form (`=='), if arguments are valid\