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Lisp output files


	When the Interlisp manual refers to the primary file, i.e. the
terminal, when the output functions are give a file argument of either T
or  NIL  is that output actually going to the Primary output file
(jfn 101) or is actually going to JFN 777777?  We have reason to believe
that it is the latter, but would like to know for sure.  If that
is the case, then is there any way for a user to change it?