3.2 Entering and exiting the Debugger
:t, which aborts the current evaluation and returns you to the Lisp top level, even if you are in a recursive Debugger level. You can use this command any time you are at the Debugger prompt, even if the command is not shown in the list of current options.
:ato return to the top level:
> test >>Error: The symbol TEST has no global value. SYMBOL-VALUE: Required arg 0 (S): TEST :C 0: Try evaluating TEST again :A 1: Abort to Lisp Top Level -> :a Abort to Lisp Top Level Back to Lisp Top Level >Once you are back at the top level, the Lisp prompt appears and you can continue entering expressions to be evaluated.
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