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Calling program functions

`call EXPR'
     Evaluate the expression EXPR without displaying `void' returned
   You can use this variant of the `print' command if you want to
execute a function from your program, but without cluttering the output
with `void' returned values.  If the result is not void, it is printed
and saved in the value history.