|19790405_Notex_Command_Language.pdf||Notex Command Language
April 5, 1979
The command language is used in conjunction with command files and can be created and edited
with bravo or the edit function in Notex. The language provides the user with most of the facilities
avaiable at the console (and many that are note) so that the functions can be prepared in advance,
executed without operator error and remembered as long as the user wishes.
The following is a description of the command language. There are some special characters of which
the user must take note; space, comma, gets(backward arrow+-), upward arrow(t), semicolon and
carriage return. The space is for field separation and the return for command line separation. In
general, a space can occur after any command and a return after any command line.
A return is also used to specify data storage whenever input is required. For convenience, a gets( +-)
character can be use|