I just found that

> (define φoo→β=αρ "Foo→b=ar")
> φoo→β=αρ
>(call-with-output-file "/tmp/foo.txt"
   (λ (out)
   (display (xml-remove-markup) out))
   #:exists 'replace)

etc., work.  That's nice.

In general, is it possible to declare, e.g., '→' as equivalent to '->'
in identifiers?  Then, I can use

> (string→symbol "map")

instead of

> (string->symbol "map")


N. Raghavendra <ra...@hri.res.in>, http://www.retrotexts.net/
Harish-Chandra Research Institute, http://www.hri.res.in/

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