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(with-current-buffer "test" (setq list-of-variables (split-string (substring-no-properties (buffer-string)))) ) which renders ("\"A\"" "\"B\"" "\"C\"") You can prefer (with-current-buffer "test" (setq list-of-variables (split-string (substring-no-properties (...


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ELISP> (read "(a b c)") (a b c) ELISP> (read "(9 . 3)") (9 . 3) If by (9 . 3) you mean you'd like a cons, then my answer would work. Note however if you actually would like a dot, my answer not so much.


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