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(documentation slotd doc-type)
Function: Return the documentation string of Doc-Type for X, or NIL if none exists. System doc-types are VARIABLE, FUNCTION, STRUCTURE, TYPE, SETF, and T. Function documentation is stored separately for function names and objects: DEFUN, LAMBDA, &co create function objects with the specified documentation strings. (SETF (DOCUMENTATION NAME 'FUNCTION) STRING) sets the documentation string stored under the specified name, and (SETF (DOCUMENTATION FUNC T) STRING) sets the documentation string stored in the function object. (DOCUMENTATION NAME 'FUNCTION) returns the documentation stored under the function name if any, and falls back on the documentation in the function object if necessary.
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