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Some restarts have functional interfaces, such as abort, continue, muffle-warning, store-value, and use-value. They are ordinary functions that use find-restart and invoke-restart internally, that have the same name as the restarts they manipulate, and that are provided simply for notational convenience.

The next figure shows defined names relating to restarts.

abort             invoke-restart-interactively  store-value          
compute-restarts  muffle-warning                use-value            
continue          restart-bind                  with-simple-restart  
find-restart      restart-case                                       
invoke-restart    restart-name                                       

Figure 9-6. Defined names relating to restarts.

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