The 'dribble' function, when called with a 'file-str' argument, opens the specified file and records a transcript of the XLISP session. When 'dribble' is called with no 'file-str' argument, it closes the current transcript file [if any]. 'dribble' will return T if the specified 'file-str' was successfully opened. It will return a NIL if the 'file-str' was not opened successfully or if 'dribble' was evaluated to close a transcript.
(dribble "my-trans-file") ; open file "my-trans-file" ; for a session transcript (+ 2 2) (dribble) ; close the transcript
Note: It is also possible to start a transcript when invoking
XLISP. To start XLISP with a transcript file of 'myfile' type in
function in the