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* Wade Humeniuk wrote:No, this is not so. After macros are expanded, all compound forms are
> After Macro expansion time (which is before evaluation time) all
> compound Lisp forms are function forms. All macros have been
> expanded and are ready to run.
either function applications or special forms. Special forms are
compound forms whose first element is a special operator, and which
have idiosyncratic syntax. There is a small, fixed, number of special
operators in the language.
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