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Many private macro packages define a macro called LOGOR which does a bit-wise logical inclusive-or on fixnums, equivalent to BOOLE called with a first argument of 7 (or BOOLE-IOR). Common Lisp provides the equivalent functionality under the name LOGIOR.
(BOOLE 7 x y) becomes (LOGIOR x y) (BOOLE BOOLE-IOR x y) becomes (LOGIOR x y) (LOGOR x y) becomes (LOGIOR x y)
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