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11.11 Bit Vector

Bit vectors work exactly like vectors, except for more complicated code to access an individual bit, and except for the fact that bit vectors are lrecords while vectors are not. (The only difference here is that there’s an lrecord implementation pointer at the beginning and the tag field in bit vector Lisp words is “lrecord” rather than “vector”.)