- (c-sym-eq? X Y) → '#t or '#fsyntax
Yields '#t if X and Y are the same symbol, otherwise yields '#f. X should be a symbol. Y can be any value. Some Scheme implementations allow X to be other types, but this macro is only portable if X is a symbol.
Roughly analogous to eq?, except it only works (portably) with symbols. Based on symbol-eq? from the original implementation.