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Re: Control characters

For MacLISP's purposes, it seems to me that #^/C should read
as a 3 in 7-bit mode, and that #/ should be illegal.  They are
not the same character at all.  If one believes the theory of
characters I have espoused before (and I suppose not all of you will,
but that's okay), then MacLISP's 7-bit mode internally supports
128 characters which map to the external characters Control-@,
Control-A, ..., Control-_, space, !, ", ..., {, |, }, rubout
[but instead of Control-L is FORM, etc.?]