It is very important to study the large-scale structure by means of the space distribution of quasars. Using this method, one may search for the more distant superclusters and explore the super-large-scale structure, i.e., the existence of super-superclusters. The answer to the problem would be of great interest. It is related to the question about the transition of the clustering of galaxies on about 100 Mpc to the uniformity of the universe. Recently Oort et al and de Ruiter et al suggested that the quasars are located in superclusters. So we soppose that analysing the space distribution of quasars might give us some information about the super-large-scale structure of the universe. But up to the present the study of the clustering of quasars has not obtained universally accepted conclusions; in fact, some of them, including grouping and clustering (Arp; Chu and Zhu), no clustering (Chu and Zhu; Osmer; Webster), clustering for z < 2 and no clustering for z > 2 (Fang et al) and stringing (Deng et al), are contradictory.