Document using Rhodes' extensible sequeunces for java.util.List.

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\section{Lisp from Java}
Manipulation of the Lisp API is currently lacking a stable interface,
so what is documented here is subject to change.
so the following documented interfaces are subject to change with
\item All Lisp values are descendants of
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registering object finalizers, constructing reference weakly held by
the garbage collector and others.
See \ref{Extensible Sequences} for a generic function interface to
the native JVM contract for \code{java.util.List}.
\chapter{Beyond ANSI}
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specification which are either widely adopted or are especially useful
in working with the hosting JVM.
\section{Extensible Sequences}
Chritopher Rhodes proposal for extensible sequences is implemented in
the SEQUENCE package. These user extensible sequences are used
directly in \code{java-collections.lisp} provide these CLOS
abstractions on the standard Java collection classes as defined by the
\code{java.util.List} contract
\section{Extensions to CLOS}
There is an additional syntax for specializing the parameter of a
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