8.5 Library syntax classes and literal sets
8.5.1 Syntax classes
Matches anything except a keyword literal (to distinguish expressions
from the start of a keyword argument sequence). The term is not
otherwise inspected, and no guarantee is made that the term is
actually a valid expression.
Match syntax satisfying the corresponding predicates.
|(static predicate description)|
Matches an identifier that is bound in the syntactic environment to
static information (see syntax-local-value
) satisfying the
. If the term does not match, the
argument is used to describe the expected syntax.
When used outside of the dynamic extent of a macro transformer (see
syntax-transforming?), matching fails.
The attribute value contains the value the name is bound to.
Matches a syntax object whose inner datum is eqv?
atom in the given list.
Use atom-in-list instead of a literals list when recognizing
identifier based on their symbolic names rather than their bindings.
8.5.2 Literal sets
Note that the literal-set uses the names #%plain-lambda and
#%plain-app, not lambda and #%app.