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Note that if the Scheme reader sees this literal at top-level,
it is returned literally. This is indistinguishable from
coming to the end of the input file. If you do not want to end reading,
but want the actual value of
#!eof, you should quote it.
(values). If this is the value of an expression in a read-eval-print loop, nothing is printed.
nullvalue. This is not really a Scheme value, but is useful when interfacing to low-level Java code.
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