enable_wizard() - give wizard priveleges to an object
void enable_wizard( void );
Any interactive object that calls enable_wizard() will cause wizardp() to return true if called on that object. enable_wizard() gives three privileges to the interactive object in question: 1. ability to use restricted modes of ed when the RESTRICTED_ED option is compiled into the driver. 2. privilege of receiving descriptive runtime error messages. 3. privilege of using the trace(3) and traceprefix(3) efuns.