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MIC (Monitor Interpreted Commands) allows you to create a new command
by writing any desired sequence of monitor and MIC commands in a
command file. Some MIC commands are briefly described here, and are
more fully described in the file MICV2.DOC.
DO Executes a MIC command file.
BACKTO Specifies a label at which MIC processing is to
GOTO resume within the command file.
COJOB Creates a COJOB.
ERROR/ Specifies an error condition character.
IF Conditionally processes a monitor command.
LET Changes the values of user parameters.
MIC Passes a subcommand to MIC.
OPERATOR/ Introduces a line requiring user attention.
SILENCE/ Suppresses/resumes output to the terminal.
WHENEVER/ Changes the default action wherever a particular
ON event occurs.