OK - I see the point in not using subst.
I would like to tinker around with this myself a bit but don't have an AutoLisp interpreter handy at the moment and my fingers are really itching!
Could someone copy the following code and tell me what is returned? Thanks!
Code:(setq mylist '(a b c d e f)) (setq flist (cons (nth 3 mylist) nil))
"Potential has a shelf life." - Margaret Atwood
Thanks for the reply, RenderMan. I really have to complain a bit now that I have no access to an AutoCAD command line. Being able to write code the last 13 years and then having no AutoCAD is like going cold-turkey!
I was assuming that (D) was going to be returned but wasn't 100% sure. (About 2% was thinking (A B C D)) I've been reading about cons cells lately, and wanred to practice...