Example Lambda myself 001




This example shows how the myself function returns the currently evaluated Lambda.



An Lambda to execute the following Lisp script.

(defun foo() (myself)) Returns: #<Lambda 123456>
(foo) Returns: #<Lambda 123456>
foo Returns: #<Lambda 123456>
(= (foo) foo) Returns: true

Notes and Hints

The Source Code Vector is typically blank, however it is usually necessary for online debugging (see debug or disassemble). The lisp function will construct the source line tokens and place them in the Source Code Vector:


Related Examples

Here are examples of the myself function at work.

Lambda myself 001


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Argument Types

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Context debug 001 Context debugBrowsableProcs 001 Context disassemble 001 Context globalBinding 001
Context inspect 001 Lambda argCount 001 Lambda argFetch 001 Lambda balance 001
Lambda callcc 001 Lambda compare 008 Lambda compareEQ 008 Lambda compareGE 008
Lambda compareGT 008 Lambda compareLT 008 Lambda compareNE 004 Lambda compile 001
Lambda copy 008 Lambda debug 001 Lambda debugBrowsableProcs 001 Lambda defchild 001
Lambda define 001 Lambda define(macro) 001 Lambda defmacro 001 Lambda defmacro 002
Lambda deforphan 001 Lambda defriend 001 Lambda defun 001 Lambda defun 002
Lambda disassemble 001 Lambda eval 001 Lambda exportTab 001 Lambda globalBinding 001
Lambda importTab 001 Lambda inspect 001 Lambda isLambda 001 Lambda lambda 001
Lambda makeLambda 001 Lambda myself 001 Lambda new 001 Lambda new 002
Lambda new 003 Lambda onError 001 Lambda send 008 Lambda send 009
Lambda setq 015 Lambda type 011 ObjectRepository detachLibrarian 001 ObjectRepository refLibrarian 001

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