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It would be really nice if one could print and read subr-pointers without
doing a mapatoms looking for the symbol with the right property.  I want to
be able to shove these guys on files somehow, and read them back in later.
Is there some way to grovel and discover the function name associated to a
subr-pointer?  A related question:  can FUNARGs in NIL be written and read
in a later lisp?  How about on the lisp machine?