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3.2 Code names

Syntactically these are the same as the first two forms of atom - alphanumeric and graphic - but they are the names of primitive or program defined relations, functions or actions.
For example:


These were names we have to precede with a back-quote if we want to use them as atoms. Without a preceding back-quote they denote code values.