Functions can be compiled directly into memory by turning on the switch comp, by evaluating (on comp). This compilation is accomplished in part by a call on the function compd from within the function putd.
Once comp is set to t subsequent function definitions are automatically compiled and a message of the form
is displayed. Unfortunately this information is of little use unless one happens to be doing something like debugging the compiler.
This indicates that the function associated with the function name is already compiled. If there is no function definition associated with the name then the following message will be displayed.