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The GET command loads a core image from a retrievable storage
device but does not execute it.
This command clears all of your core. However, programs should
not count on this action and should explicitly clear those areas
of core that are expected to contain zeros. (That is, programs
should be self-initializing). This action allows programs to be
restarted by a CTRL/C START sequence without another GET command.
GET file-spec core/switch
Where: file-spec is a file specification in the standard
*core* is the amount of core you want to reserve for
the program. The core argument is a decimal number
followed by an optional K or P for blocks or pages,
respectively. If you do not specify either K or P, K
is assumed. If you do not specify a core argument, the
default is the minimum amount of core needed to load
/switch is the following option:
/USE:n Specifies the octal section number (n)
in which a core image is loaded. Valid
section numbers are 0-37, octal. (Note
that the limit is 40 octal sections.)
Destroys your core image.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Load a program.
Save the executable format.
Use GET to bring the program into memory.
START execution of the program.
END OF EXECUTION
CPU TIME: 0.02 ELAPSED TIME: 0.17