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Re: [Scheme-reports] clarification of proposal for eqv?/eq? on procedures

Taylan Ulrich B. scripsit:

> This raises for me the question though, may eq? return #t for empty
> strings, empty vectors, or empty bytevectors, where eqv? returns #f?

No, because of the sentence at the beginning of 6.1:

     Of the equivalence predicates described in this section, eq? is
     the finest or most discriminating, equal? is the coarsest,
     and eqv? is slightly less discriminating than eq?.

John Cowan      cowan@x
        "Not to know The Smiths is not to know K.X.U."  --K.X.U.

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