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The POP command returns your job to a superior job context. It
reverses the action of a PUSH command, destroying the inferior
context and restoring the superior one as the current context.
For information about contexts, see the help file CINTRO.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Destroys the core image of the inferior context and returns you
to the preserved context.
CONTEXT Allows you to display and manipulate contexts.
PUSH Creates an inferior context.
The following CONTEXT command shows that three of the four
available contexts are in use at this time, as well as 121 of
1,000 available saved-pages. Use the POP command, and then issue
another CONTEXT command, and you can see that one context is
freed, some pages are freed, and the current context (indicated
by an asterisk (*)) changes from context 3 (BOTLVL) to context 2
(LVLTWO). Context 3 no longer exists.
Contexts used/quota = 3/4, pages used/quota = 121/1000
Context Superior Prog Idle time
TOPLVL 1 MS :01:36
LVLTWO 2 TOPLVL 1 PATH 12.46
* BOTLVL 3 LVLTWO 2
Contexts used/quota = 2/4, pages used/quota = 100/1000
Contexts Superior Prog Idle time
TOPLVL 1 MS :01:49
* LVLTWO 2 TOPLVL 1 PATH