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    Date: Fri ,11 Jul 80 14:50:00 EDT
    From: RICH at MIT-AI (Charles Rich)
    To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI

    In system `29.95 NWS, with microcode 669, on LISP Machine Eight:
    It would be nice if in the case of a File Not Found error (from LOAD),
    if there was a way to continue with a different file name.
    I tried control-C, but that just retries the same filename.  Meta-C
    did not seem like the right thing to try, right?
The only way provided currently is to c-N up to the place where the file
name came in and do a c-R supplying the same function and new args, or
else change the arg sitting there and do a c-m-R (the former is usually easier
since in the non-window error-handler changing an arg is painful.)