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The MAKE command creates a new file on the disk with TECO (Text
Editor and Corrector). If a file already exists with the same
name, the system prints a warning message. If you continue
despite this warning, the system program supersedes the file. If
you type two CTRL/Cs to leave TECO, the program does not destroy
the file. See the TECO manual in the TOPS-10 Software Notebooks.
Where: dev: is the device or file structure name on which the
system creates the file. If you omit it, the system
file.ext is any legal file name and file name
extension. The file name is required; the file name
extension is optional.
[directory] is the directory area in which the system
creates the file. If you omit this argument, the
system assumes your default directory area (that is,
your project-programmer number). Note that the default
directory can be an SFD or a UFD.
You can pass switches to TECO if you precede each switch with a
slash in the MAKE command string.
Place your terminal at user level.
Destroys your core image.
Create a file named TEXT3.MAI.
Exit from TECO.
Use DIRECTORY to see the file.
TEXT3 MAI 1 <055> dd-mmm-yy DSKC:[27,5434]