Tue, 5 Sep 2000 21:49:28 -0400
Again, if you know where the character really resides, you
can set in a
(SETCHAR D nnn) to point to it
You can simply copy the SETCHAR lines from
CHARACTER 94 and CHARACTER 126 into the recipes for
CHARACTER 2 and CHARACTER 3.
Sometimes this sort of direct manipulation is preferable
when you are starting out from a botched original.
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