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The operating system contains defaults for many arguments, switches
and parts of file specifications. Defaults are the values or
instructions that the system uses if you do not specify those values
or instructions in the command string.
Some system defaults are set by the system administrator when he
generates the monitor. Other defaults are set according to your
project-programmer number when you log in. There are commands that
allow you to set some defaults, which will be effective until you
change those defaults or log off the system.
File specification defaults are determined by the system according to
the program you are running, the search list, and the directory path
of your job. For more help on search lists, see the help file SERLST.
For more help on directory paths, see the help file DIRPAT.