is there a way to tell the `(read)` function not to interpret `|` as an "copy
this verbatim" delimiter?
What I want to do is:
(read "(|| a b)") ;=> '(|| a b)
(read "(<| a b)") ;=> '(<| a b)
etc. - allow `|` as a symbol.
I know about readtables - dabbled with them before and they seem like the right
tool for the job. But in this case, my last attempt was:
and I couldn't get the `read-as-symbol` function right. Also experimented with
`read-accept-bar-quote` parameter but no dice.
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