Книга: Practical Common Lisp

And More . . .

And More . . .

And there's more—I haven't mentioned the ~? directive, which can take snippets of control strings from the format arguments or the ~/ directive, which allows you to call an arbitrary function to handle the next format argument. And then there are all the directives for generating tabular and pretty-printed output. But the directives discussed in this chapter should be plenty for the time being.

In the next chapter, you'll move onto Common Lisp's condition system, the Common Lisp analog to other languages' exception and error handling systems.

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