* Francesco Moi | I'm NOT using Common Lisp, but a software wich must to be customized | by using a kind-of-Lisp: CoCreate SolidDesigner.
This information is crucial to get help. "Lisp" is not one language, but the one people have a right to assume in the absence of antyhing else you mean is Common Lisp. If you do know about the default, it is not an error to overspecify.
| What I'm trying to do is comparing a String and a Symbol.
In Common Lisp, this works because a symbol is a string designator. I.e., when you use a symbol in a string "context", what you get is really (symbol-name symbol). This may not be true for other Lisp, so you may have to make that function call explicitly.
| And then my idea is removing quotes " " from Name1, or adding them to | Name2...
I hope you have made one of those changes at a time.
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francesco...@europe.com (Francesco Moi) writes: > Hi all.
> I'm NOT using Common Lisp, but a software wich must to be customized > by using a kind-of-Lisp: CoCreate SolidDesigner.
That explains a lot of the mis-communication. We are in presence of an instance of Greenspun's Tenth Rule. :)
I do not think that many people on this group are familiar with the "Lisp" implemented by the tool you are using. The answer that I gave and saw were all relating to Common Lisp.
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