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The DELETE command deletes files. Because of protection codes
associated with files, it is not usually possible to delete files
in another user's directory. Once a file is deleted, it cannot
Where: file-spec is a single file specification or a string of
file specifications, separated by commas. The full
wildcard construction (* and ?) can be used in the file
specification. For more information about wildcards,
see the help file WLDCRD.
If you do not specify a device name or a file structure
name, your job's search list is used. You can specify
a directory name before the file names and that
directory becomes the default for all subsequent files
in that command line. If you specify a directory name
after a file name, the directory applies only to that
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Runs the PIP program.
Permanently deletes the file(s).
Destroys your core image.
1. Delete all files with .MAC extension.
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2. Delete the file TEST.FOR.
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3. Delete all files with the file name TEST followed by 2
alphanumeric characters or less, and the extension .FOR.
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