> I can't see the structure of the script the way it came through the mail > system. Consequently, I've found this way to please my readers : http://tech.ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/script-fu/photos/view/540b?b=1&m=f&o=0 > > One thing that I have noticed is you seem to be using 'cond' when an if > statement would suffice. The cond construct would be more appropriate when you > need the equivalent of a C switch statement or multiple if/else. > SICP tells that one (which one ?!) is a syntactic sugar of the other and a good implementation should see things in an equivalent way. Personally, I prefer to use cond for there is no need to use the keyword 'begin' in (one given) case of successive procedure calls.