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I am running CLISP on a DOS machine.  When I tested some of the code in the
Screamer package I got floating point (overflow) errors. This happened
when a function related to a numeric constraint was invoked. The function
'nonlinear' in the file screams.lsp is an example of this.  It would be
appreciated if someone can help

Nico Swart.