ANSI Common Lisp 1 Introduction 1.4 Definitions 1.4.4 Interpreting Dictionary Entries
126.96.36.199 The "Exceptional Situations" Section of a Dictionary Entry
Three kinds of information may appear here:
This field does not include conditions that could
be signaled by functions passed to and called by this operator
as arguments or through dynamic variables, nor by executing subforms of this
operator if it is a macro or special operator.
Situations that are detected by the function and formally signaled.
Situations that are handled by the function.
Situations that may be detected by the function.