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    CWH@MIT-MC 09/05/79 02:54:02
    Have you put #. in yet?  If not, I'll do it as I'd like
    to use it.  A brief announcement may also be in order.

 For those of you who don't know #. was supposed to be read-time evaluation (as opposed
to #, which is load-time evaluation (and is broken)).
 A better character has been suggested: "=" !
#=(+ 23 9) really looks like the right thing to me and if no one objects I will
make it standard.