Why happen this in sbcl? Maybe a bug?But if change :initform to :The problem disappearsI test this in sbcl 1.4.3 and 1.4.11. In clisp it seems that the problem does not arise.
While the the case for e works by default I would like to change the default casting of the literal 0.1 to allow the r to work without any code modifications. Is this possible through a compiler option, compiler directive, or anything else?
unsigned long has 8 bytes on my Linux gcc.unsigned long long has 8 bytes on my Linux gcc, too.So I think the range of integers they can show is from 0 min to (2^64 - 1)max.