Hi,

In message "Re: Symbols: More Functionality Wanted"
    on 03/01/24, Matt Armstrong <matt / lickey.com> writes:

|> Binding#add doesn't sound right if the symbol you're binding already
|> has a binding.
|
|The problem is that Binding is the wrong name for the class.  A
|variable binding associates a variable with a value, but the Binding
|class represents a collection of bindings.  E.g. this seems right:
|
|    Binding.new(symbol, value)

I consider "binding" as "a collection of bindings" in your term.  For
example, when we say "Emacs key binding", it means "a collection of
key-function bindings very similar to one of Emacs".  Am I wrong?

							matz.