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One linking loader is available to you on TOPS-10: the LINK program.
In complex loading procedures, it might be necessary to pass switches
to LINK to direct its operation. The percent (%) character
accomplishes this passing of switches.
The LINK switch specification, preceded and followed by a delimiter,
follows the % character. The delimiter can be any character; however,
you must be careful that the character you use does not have a
specific meaning to COMPIL. The @ character indicates an indirect
command file, and the semicolon (;) causes the remainder of the line
to be treated as a comment and, therefore, is ignored. The
recommended delimiter is a single or double quotation mark. The
beginning and ending delimiter must be the same character.
A LINK specification consists of the switch name and, optionally, a
keyword and a value.
For more information, see the TOPS-10 LINK Reference Manual.