> Only when an object is accessed (value, property list etc.), it is
> automatically loaded into the Lisp heap as an "external" symbol.
And once loaded, they can be garbage collected when needed, right?
> The current database files are in a binary format (called "PLIO" for
> PicoLisp I/O). This is the same format as written and read by the 'pr'
> and 'rd' functions.
And try following and have no success (the database file is still in binary).
(let (rd read pr print)
(set *DB "Hello world") (put *DB 'a 11)